Feelings from Within
Xlibris Corporation, 2012 - 56 pages
In January of 2012 there were over 217,000 men and women locked up in Federal Prisons throughout the United States, along with another two million people behind bars in cities and county jails.
By far, the US incarcerates more of its citizens than any other country in the world, including China and Russia, as well as England, Germany and Japan combined.
Using poetic verse, this book tells a story about the feelings and emotions that many of the men and women in American prisons experience. It also describes a universal attitude they all share concerning the American Justice System, and those that enforce and control it.
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