What's Happened to America's 'Crackdown on Crime?'

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America's over-stuffed prisons are too expensive, discriminatory against racial minorities and counter-productive. So say reformers across the political spectrum in New York, Texas and Washington, DC.  But hard-liners claim that crime is down because more criminals are behind bars. Also, New York City is ordered to change its stop and frisk policing, and last year's election and the future of presidential politics.

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Warren Olney