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The ROI is just off the fucking charts. Prison-to-school-to-white-collar-slave-camp pipeline NOW. It may be a neoliberal hellscape, but I’m pretty sure free education as part of a criminal justice reform is unironically far better than current, disgustingly inefficient, neoliberal hellscape that we have. All I’m trying to say is that there is a point where we needed to stop and we have clearly passed it … but let’s keep going and see what happens.
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