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The Social, Monetary, And Moral Costs of Prisons

The incarceration system plays important punitive, rehabilitative, and protective roles in North American society. But despite its indispensable nature, the incarceration system is fraught with complications and problems. This book teaches readers about the complex social, economic, and moral costs that are inevitably associated with the placement of human beings behind bars.

More books from this author: Autumn Libal

More books in this series: Incarceration Issues: Punishment, Reform