Prison Profiteers: Who Makes Money from Mass Incarceration by Paul Wright, Tara Herivel

By Paul Wright, Tara Herivel

In Prison Profiteers, co-editors Tara Herivel and Paul Wright “follow the money to an wonderful constellation of felony directors and politicians operating in collusion with inner most events to maximise profits” (Publishers Weekly). From funding banks, defend unions, and the makers of Taser stun weapons to health and wellbeing care services, mobilephone businesses, and the U.S. army (which is predicated seriously on felony labor), this community of perversely inspired pursuits has grew to become the imprisonment of 1 out of each one hundred thirty five american citizens right into a profitable business.

Called “an crucial learn for somebody who desires to comprehend what’s long gone improper with legal justice within the United States” by means of ACLU nationwide felony undertaking director Elizabeth Alexander, this incisive and deftly researched quantity exhibits how billions of tax money certain for the general public strong turn out lining the wallet of these deepest companies devoted to conserving prisons packed.

“An vital research of a troubling social trend” (Booklist ) that's bound to tell and outrage any involved citizen, Prison Profiteers reframes the dialog by way of exposing those that stand to learn from the imprisonment of hundreds of thousands of american citizens.

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