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Publication information: Book title: Big Prisons, Big Dreams: Crime and the Failure of America's Penal System. Contributors: Michael J. Lynch - Author. Publisher: Rutgers University Press. Place of publication: New Brunswick, NJ. Publication year: 2007. Page number: 241.
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