American juvenile incarceration: destroying a generation to feed the prison system


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It’s an interview about the juvenile ‘justice’ system in America with Nell Bernstein, author of Burning Down the House: The End of Juvenile Prison, and how prison is just destroying young lives in the name of giving prison workers jobs management companies profits.



It costs, on average, $88,000 a year to keep a youth locked up…

For a fraction of the money being spent on prisons, we could actually fix some of the underlying problems and make life better for everyone, if it weren’t for the big bogeyman “socialism.”


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