May 1982
National Review;5/14/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 9, p586
The article asserts that Charles Colson's Prison Fellowship program can lead to an effective prison reform in the United States. According to the author, Colson's proposed reform program centers on how to deal with criminals who are not physically dangerous in a useful manner. The author states that Colson's proposal is a sound one.


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