Would Mass Imprisonment Be OK If It Cost Less?
Nicholas Kristof's New York Times column this weekend offered a devastating account of America's mindless policy of mass incarceration. It also underlined a dangerous flaw in contemporary liberal rhetoric: using economic arguments to attack policies whose cardinal shortcoming is that they are morally wrong.
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