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Economics and politics are often at the crux of most social problems.
Parenti understands this and gives the reader an intellectually fascinating and stimulating journey documenting just how our country has been transformed over the last 30 years into a civil libertarian's nightmare.
As mentioned above, the most astute and gratifying aspect of the book is the manner in which it intelligently ties a politico-economic critique into its analysis of criminal justice (sic).
Go beyond nonsense television programs that purport to deal with crime and society by devouring Parenti's magnificent book.
He is a visiting fellow at the CUNY Graduate School’s Center for Place, Culture and Politics, and his articles appear regularly in The Nation. I've wanted to read this book for awhile & am glad I did.
I found this book to be 2d only to Michelle Alexander's "The New Jim Crow" in critiquing the criminal system of injustice.
Nevertheless, he is cognizant this will not take place without "more popular resistance and more economic justice." It falls to activists in criminal injustice work to build that movement.
Crimes rates are amongst the highest of all industrialized countries.Big Think Edge helps organizations by catalyzing conversation around the topics most critical to 21st century business success.Led by the world’s foremost experts, our dynamic learning programs are short-form, mobile, and immediately actionable.As Lockdown America demonstrates, the "social dynamite" and "social junk" must be quartered and corralled by the ruling class, otherwise the economic elites would be forced to routinely put down rebellions and riots.Given this reality, the new American prison boom is dealt with by Parenti along with a myriad of other criminal justice (sic) issues.