The Truth About Crime and Welfare

DiIulio Jr, John J.
August 1996
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Aug/Sep1996, Issue 65, p31
Provides facts, figures and arguments about faith, prisons and welfare policies in the U.S. State of the prison system in the country; Increase in the number of inmates in the country; Failure by the government to restrain known, violent and repeat criminals from repeatedly returning to the streets and finding new victims; Need to reform the welfare system in the country.


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