Why today’s criminal justice reform efforts won’t end mass incarceration
America The Jesuit Review Magazine
January 5, 2019

“Even with all the attention it receives, the scale of incarceration and punishment in the United States can still be hard to comprehend. On any given day, about 1.5 million people are in state and federal prisons; another 750,000 are in county jails (most still awaiting trial); and over 4.5 million are on probation or parole.”

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