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Mass. Matters | Globe Editorial

Smart on crime

August 14, 2006

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CAMPAIGNING FOR governor in 1990, Bill Weld coined a catchy phrase to sum up his criminal justice policy, vowing to ``reintroduce our inmates to the joys of busting rock." What Weld, who had been a prosecutor, had to have known was that the vast majority of inmates eventually will be released to the communities they once victimized. (Full article: 953 words)

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