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George Will on Solitary

George Will has this column on solitary confinement and "supermax" prisons.  His focus is entirely on the psychological effects on the inmate.  Will barely mentions the problem that extreme levels of security are needed for certain extremely dangerous inmates who still manage to commit acts of violence at lesser levels.

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