If anyone tells you that crime and incarceration have some sort of cause and effect relationship, just show them this. . .
Incarceration without Representation is the disenfranchisement of prisoners in a country that otherwise guarantees equal representation to everybody. It has the unfortunate effect of making prisoners valuable to lawmakers and anybody else who has to win an election to stay in office. Incarceration without Representation is the cause of the exponential growth of the U.S. prison population, the escalating […]