Carving out new territory for American corrections

Quinlan, J. Michael
December 1993
Federal Probation;Dec93, Vol. 57 Issue 4, p59
Reports on the conditions of the American correctional system. Prison populations; Probation and parole caseloads; Criminal justice spending; Effect of changes in sentence structure to prison populations; Advantages of the tough time concept.


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