Should Prisoners Work? A Study of the Prison Labor Problem in the United States

By: Robinson, Louis N.

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Book Condition: Very Good


Blue cloth with gilt spine and cover titles, 15 by 22 cm, xii 353 pp. with 28 tables incld. one fold-out. Formerly in the Legislative Reference Library, Madison, Wisconsin, with a spine label and their stamp on the ffep and first three leaves. Light wear at the extremities, a 3 cm tear on the bottom edge of the ffep, a handful of pencil checks and notations in the text, and yellowed leaves. Sections include “Should Prisoners Work,” “Extent of Employment and Unemployment in Prisons,” “The Causes of Unemployment in Prisons,” “Systems of Employing Prisoners,” “Problems of Prison Industrial Management,” “Costs, Wages, and Profits of Prison Labor,” and “What Work Has Been Found for Prisoners.” With indices and an extensive bibliography.

Title: Should Prisoners Work? A Study of the Prison Labor Problem in the United States

Author Name: Robinson, Louis N.

Categories: Crime, Prison,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Philadelphia, The John C. Winston Co.: 1931

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 3007