From Mass Incarceration to Mass Control, and Back Again: How Bipartisan Criminal Justice Reform May Lead to a For-Profit Nightmare

@article{Takei2016FromMI,
  title={From Mass Incarceration to Mass Control, and Back Again: How Bipartisan Criminal Justice Reform May Lead to a For-Profit Nightmare},
  author={Carl Takei},
  journal={University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law and Social Change},
  year={2016},
  volume={20},
  pages={125}
}
  • Carl Takei
  • Published 2016
  • Political Science
  • University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law and Social Change
Since 2010, advocates on the right and left have increasingly allied to denounce mass incarceration and propose serious reductions in the use of prisons. This alliance serves useful shared purposes, but each side comes to it with distinct and in many ways incompatible long-term interests. If progressive advocates rely solely on this alliance without aggressively building our own vision of what decarceration should look like, the unintended consequences could be serious. This Article describes… Expand
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