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In 1980, U.S. prisons were 500,000 prisoners, by 2001 there were more than 2 million prisoners, plus 4.5 million conditionally convicted. More than half of sitting for the most serious crimes.
the level of non-violent crimes in the United States and Europe about the same. Number of inmates in U.S. prisons, which operate under the auspices of the federal government or state, since 1970, has grown by 500%, indicating that the retraction of the country, claiming to be the leader of the "free w More..orld," a new deep social crisis. The answer to it is to further "tightening the screws" tightening repressive and punitive regime in the U.S.. Less..