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War on Drugs

Discusses the War on Drugs in the United States and its effect on the correctional system.
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The War on Drugs and Correctional Systems The United States is home to a prison population of millionpeople - making it the leader among nations in terms of prisoner population Perry There are some Americans in prison for every residents with Russia the country's competitor with prisoners per population Perry This trend is relatively recent datingactually from the s and due according to Professor Mark Perry ofthe University of Michigan to changes in drug laws which have resulted inthe imprisonment of more

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