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Tag Archives: Federal prison system
“Pavlov’s Prisoners and the Prison Program Paradox” “Pavlov’s Dog” illustration (Pavlov 1928 & Goodwin 1991, p. 138). On Tuesday, February 10, I attended a ‘criminal justice reform’ conference at the Washington Post in Washington, DC called “Out of Prison, Into … Continue reading
Entry 22 By Diane S. It will end… “For our present troubles are small and won’t last very long. Yet they produce for us a glory that vastly outweighs them and will last forever. So we don’t look at the … Continue reading
Twenty One Numbness & Obligation Those two words sum up where I am right now. I’ve just been in a “blah” state the last week or two. I haven’t really been able to figure out why. There hasn’t been much … Continue reading
One Through Twenty: Tony’s Take by Tony Casson “Raw” is the title of Eddie Murphy’s 1987 stand-up act. It was very aptly named. But ‘raw’ is also how I would describe what we have all been privileged to read from … Continue reading