Doran Larson

Hamilton College

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Professor of English at Hamilton College and the editor of Fourth City: Essays from the Prison in America, he teaches a creative writing work shop at Attica Correctional Facility

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The 1980's were the Era of Rehabilitation in American prisons. There were 350 college degree programs for inmates nationwide.

Should We Let More Prisoners Take College Classes?

The 1980's were the Era of Rehabilitation in American prisons. There were 350 college degree programs for inmates nationwide.

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