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Thinking About Prison and its Impact in the Twenty-First Century

March 01, 2005
The text of the Fifteenth Annual Walter C. Reckless Memorial Lecture at The Ohio State University delivered by Marc Mauer in 2004.

On April 14, 2004, Marc Mauer presented the Fifteenth Annual Walter C. Reckless Memorial Lecture at The Ohio State University. The Reckless Lecture, organized and sponsored by the Criminal Justice Research Center, is published each year in the Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law. The lecture is named after Walter Cade Reckless, a pioneer in American criminology and corrections, whose academic career spanned sixteen years at Vanderbilt University and three decades at The Ohio State University.

To read the lecture text, download the PDF below.

 
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