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1825 Days: One Man's Odyssey through the American Parole System

Corrupt and self-propagating U.S. correctional system

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Industry: Books Logo
Contest Launched: Jul 04, 2014
Selected: 1 winning design from 2 concepts
Winning Design by: garbanzo
Close Date: Jul 05, 2014


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1825 Days: One Man's Odyssey through the American Parole System

Corrupt and self-propagating U.S. correctional system

Why do over 50% of all individuals released on parole in the U.S. fail to successfully complete their term of parole supervision but are returned to jail? And why do parolees and probationers make up 60% of the alarming growth in the U.S. correctional population over the last two and half decades, now estimated to be over 7 million people in prison or on parole?

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1825 Days: One Man's Odyssey through the American Parole System is the shocking story of one man's fight to regain his self-respect, dignity and livelihood against a government bureaucracy so bent on exerting total control over his movements and activities and preventing him from being successful that it was willing- and astonishingly able under the law- to unequivocally revoke his constitutional rights- ultimately including the fundamental and most cherished American right to freedom of speech.

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  • July 05, 2014 7:43 PM
    JerryTanner JerryTanner
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    I really like this book cover and thank you for your hard work for me! Sincerely, JerryT......

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