From Behind the Wall by Mansfield B. Frazier
Commentary on Crime,Punishment, Race

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In this collection of wise and fiercely poignant essays, Frazier reveals the wages of racism and its lingering effects within the very system of justice commissioned to eradicate it. He guides readers through the nation's less hospitable regions, offering reasoned solutions to the problems accounting for our seemingly unstoppable spiral toward inner-city anarchy.

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Published April 28, 1998 by Paragon House. 252 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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This collection of brief essays by a black man doing time for credit-card fraud at a minimum-security prison in Kentucky includes savvy cautionary observations.

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