FROM.........BARS TO........WINDOWS

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Through out the past quarter century, there has been an increased focus on corrections both as a means of social control (i.e. reducing crime) and generating income (i.e. profiteering from punishment); and with this in mind From Bars to Windows, attempts to examine how and explain why we can change the orientation of national correctional policy to more equitably spread the wealth generated by our nations prison system. Unlike the traditional staple of prison writing comprised of psuedo redemptive autobiography's, violence, sexual brutality, and the like-From Bars to Windows, concentrates more on the fundamental economics' of our prison system. Indeed this book is a virtual how to manual that explains the in's and outs of ethically and morally profiteering from our prison system. The book lays out exactly how investors can reap tremendous profits by taking advantage of the readily available for-profit prison industrial infrastructure that exists within our country. Market conditions are such that now the Green Energy sector is poised for virtually unparalleled growth. On the other side of the equation, there's a burgeoning prison manufacturing sector. For instance there were over 100 Federal prison based factories, which employed more than 21,000 inmates and generated over $546.3 million in net sales in 2003 alone.. As multi nationals realize that continued outsourcing of manufacturing jobs is no longer a viable or sustainable strategy, there's going to be an inexorable nexus between manufacturing on the one hand, and rehabilitative Prison industries on the other-with billions in potential profits at stake. Some of the highlights of the book include: defines and explains, Gatsian economic theory explains how prisons and profiteering are inextricably linked provides an examination of how the inherent economic potential of the prison black market can be harnessed to yield net economic gains for society

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2011
    • Ano:  2018
    • País de Produção: United States
    • Código de Barras:  2020100367887
    • ISBN:  9781456701420

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