Warehousing Human Beings: A Review of the New York State Correctional System : a Report
United States Civil Rights Commission, United States Commission on Civil Rights. New York State Advisory Committee
The Commission, 1974 - Correctional institutions - 90 pages
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Page 74 - When it appears to the said managers that there is a strong or reasonable probability that any prisoner will ,live and remain at liberty without violating the law, and that his release is not incompatible with the welfare of society...
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Page 22 - ... against governmental authority or portray such conduct as a commendable activity. 6. The publication should not incite hatred or disobedience toward law enforcement officers or prison personnel. 7. The publication should not depict the use or manufacture of firearms, explosives, and other weapons. 8. The publication should not be of such a nature as to depict, describe, or teach methods and procedures for the acquisition of certain physical manipulations and skills which expertise will, in the...