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[...] I don't think the real problem has much to do with criminal records at all. [...] Devah Pager, a professor of sociology at Princeton University and faculty associate of the university's Office of Population Research, found in a pair of studies that a white felon was more likely to find a job than an African American with no criminal record at all, as Wade Askew notes in his story "Double Trouble" found in this issue.
CHANGE STARTS WITH US Alden K Loury The Chicago Reporter; May/Jun 2009; 38, 3; Docstoc pg. 4 Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner. Further reproduction prohibited without permission.
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