The Real Walking Dead: Joshua M. Price's 'Prison and Social Death'

The Real Walking Dead: Joshua M. Price's 'Prison and Social Death'

By Jon Morris

This book is about society. Shifting the focus from the individual (crime) to the social (punishment) is not so much a political choice as it is an ethical imperative. 1 Dec 2015 // 7:00 AM

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