THE DEATH OF PUNISHMENT: Searching for Justice Among the Worst of the Worst
Inside prison it's nobody's job to punish, and Blecker explores the implications of this discovery arguing that we fail to punish the worst criminals at our own peril. He combines the reality of prison and street life with the wisdom of ancient philosophers to challenge criminal justice policy.
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