The Prisoner Trade

Emma Kaufman discusses the prisoner trade and demonstrates that states have far more authority than one might expect to share and sell prisoners. Kaufman reveals that certain states rely on transfers to offset the actual and political costs of their prosecution policies and critiques the pathologies of interstate punishment. Image courtesy of Emma Kaufman.

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