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Education vs. Incarceration

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Since 1980, the U.S. prison population has grown exponentially, expanding from approximately 500,000 to 2.3 million people in just three decades. America now has the dubious distinction of leading the
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Prisoners' Rights

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The ACLU National Prison Project is dedicated to ensuring that our nation’s prisons, jails, and other places of detention comply with the Constitution, domestic law, and international human rights principles, and to ending the policies that have given the United States the highest inca...
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THis is crediable becasue it is also based off the constitutional rights and inmtes rights This will apply to my papper because it is helpful in learnig all the different clauses and also the amendments of the constitutiona
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Prisoners' Rights

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Definition of Prisoners' Rights in the Legal Dictionary by TheFreeDictionary.com
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1.This is crediable because it is very factual and based off of a dictionary

2. This pretains to my article because it relates to what miminum rights inmates have to get

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Jerry Sandusky Settles Into a Lonely Prison Life

Jerry Sandusky Settles Into a Lonely Prison Life | Prison life should be less luxorious | Scoop.it
He'll be permitted almost no personal contact.
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1. This is credible because it iwas posted from an inside source and is fact based

2. This will be helpcul to my research because it states how jerry gets to watch TV in a MAX prison, and do other exercises

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Cellphones, Though Banned, Thrive in U.S. Prisons

Cellphones, Though Banned, Thrive in U.S. Prisons | Prison life should be less luxorious | Scoop.it
Smuggled smartphones have given prisoners Internet access and even the ability to coordinate a prison strike.
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This is crediable because it was shown by a first peron POV and interviewed

This will help my article becuase it talks about how a inmate had access to a phone and has started riotes and is only proves my point

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We Spend How Much on Prisoners Every Year????

We Spend How Much on Prisoners Every Year???? | Prison life should be less luxorious | Scoop.it
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Your rights - The basic rights of prisoners

Your rights - The basic rights of prisoners | Prison life should be less luxorious | Scoop.it
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1. This is crediable becuase it is based off the the constitutional rights.

2. This will help me because it shows how they still gets rights and how they should be treated like a person so this helps prove my point/

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Prisoners' rights | LII / Legal Information Institute

Prisons and Prisoner's rights: an overview
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Internet Access for Prisoners?

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It will draw howls of protest from politicians and the punditocracy, but the time has come to allow Internet access in jails and prisons.
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1.This is from a magazine and program that has been put to use 2. This talks about how they have started a program that does allow inmates internet access to the web to download mail and music to mp3"s
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Prisons chief: jails must stop being 'Victorian warehouses'

Prisons chief: jails must stop being 'Victorian warehouses' | Prison life should be less luxorious | Scoop.it
Inmates are being left to languish in Britain's crowded prisons because no effort is being made to address the problems that put them there, the Chief Inspector of Prisons has told The Independent.
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1. This is reliable because it was a interview with inmates and statical facts are shown throug out the article

2. This is reliable because it talks about how prisoners just mope and sleep around and how they are repeat offenders.

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