Politics, Race and US Penal Strategies

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 1996 Number 2

Politics, Race and US Penal Strategies
Ethan Raup pages -


The Right in Britain would love to follow recent trends in the US, and to rely more and more heavily for public security on punitive coercion rather than measures to promote social cohesion. Ethan Raup here outlines the disastrous situation in the US, and warns against any imitation.

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