One Speech on Prison Reform Resulted in 12 Newspaper Editorials and Articles

Gehring, Thom
March 2007
Journal of Correctional Education;Mar2007, Vol. 58 Issue 1, p68
Academic Journal
The article reports that Judge Matthew Davenport Hill has charged the Birmingham Grand Jury to consider advocating policies to establish indeterminate sentencing and parole in England. The author has listed the 10 British newspapers in support or disagreed Hill's proposal. Some periodicals have acknowledged Hill's expertise in prison reform and identified the merits of his arguments.


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