SUBJECT AREA English Language
CREATED ON 22nd December 2017
COMPLETED ON 23rd December 2017
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The Justice System, Prison Industrial Complex and Race in America

The title is what you will have to write about, but in reference to and relating to the 4 articles which some of it I will be including it in the attached files. Citing, direct quotations and paraphrasing from the 4 articles is also required.
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