Obama Hasn’t Reformed Criminal Justice—Could Romney Do Better?

There’s a good argument that a President Romney could be more likely than President Obama to make real and long-term reforms to American criminal justice
The Daily Beast (US)
Friday, April 13, 2012

Whose website laments that in the United States today we have “more than one million nonviolent offenders fill[ing] the nation’s prisons,” and sings the praises of “community supervision alternatives such as probation and parole, which cost less and could have better reduced recidivism among non-violent offenders”? Guess before you click.