Surviving in Prison

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Loompanics Unlimited, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 122 pages
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"The realities of prison life come through informatively in this rough-cut, occasionally profane book". -- Booklist

"This book should be read by every cop, lawyer, judge and corrections department in the country". -- Angry

A disturbing account of life behind bars. The author has spent the last ten years in prison. He describes how prisons are run: the penal code and the cellblock code. He takes you out to the yard and into the hole. He explains why rehabilitation programs fail. And he reveals what is required to survive the personal degradation, brutality and humiliation found in contemporary American prisons.

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Contents

Introduction
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Power Structures
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Day One to Day Ninety
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Copyright

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