Prisoners' Rights by David L. Hudson
  

Prisoners' Rights

Written by David L. Hudson
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Part of the Point/Counterpoint: Issues in Contemporary American Society Series

RRP £31.50

Synopsis

Prisoners' Rights by David L. Hudson

The movement for prisoners' rights is based on the idea that prisoners, though they are deprived of liberty, are entitled to other basic human rights. What rights and privileges should be accorded to those who are incarcerated? Prisoners' Rights examines this issue from different perspectives, incorporating excerpts from legal documents, court cases, and political commentary and critique.

Reviews

Unlike similar titles in a number of other series, these books were written by individual authors and offer clear, well-supported theories that make use of many examples...these volumes have a definite place in libraries where material on these topics is needed for more adept readers and researchers.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
107 pages

Author

David L. Hudson
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Publisher

Chelsea House Publishers

Publication date

15th July 2007

ISBN

9780791092774


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