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Inside U.S. Prisons
A Critique of Faith-based Prison Programs
by Lawrence T. Jablecki
The increasing use of government funds for faith-based prison programs produces dubious results and is at odds with the public interest.
Up the River
by Anthony Papa with Jennifer Wynn
An artist and ex-convict tells some of his experiences in the violent, loud, and notorious Sing Sing prison.
The Dirty Side of the Drug War
by Ralph Reiland
Abuse, Racism, Torture, Savagery: Hollywood Pictures the Dark Side of American Prisons
by Mel Gutterman
The movies have documented a tradition of abuse in the American prison system that manifests itself in the photos of Abu Ghraib. (Read Article in PDF)
From Attica to Abu Ghraib-and a Prison Near You
by Norman Solomon(Read Article in PDF)
Criminal Behavior and the Ethics of Biological Intervention
by R.G. Weyant
With rapid developments in our understanding of the human brain, new neurochemical treatments for criminals are on the horizon.
America's Traditional Values-The Conscience of a Nation
by Charles E. Gray
Some Americans may be surprised to learn the historical origins of our real national ethos.
A Humanist Charter School?
Why Humanists Should Embrace Charter Schools
by Jennifer Hancock
Charter Schools Don't Solve Real Problems
by Lisa Swinehart
Letters to the Editor
The Issue At Hand