Tough Justice Is Saving Our Inner CitiesGary S. Becker
The sharp decline in crime in America since 1980 has benefited almost everyone by improving personal safety in homes, at school, and on sidewalks, buses, and subways. But the inner city poor, living in neighborhoods that typically suffered from high rates of violent crime, have by far been helped the most.
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