C.S. Lewis on how the humanitarian theory of punishment threatens liberty

Over the past decade conservatives have, once again, become champions of criminal justice reform. To some this appears to be a surprising development. Why would conservatives, the self-proclaimed champions of law and order, have concern for the treatment of criminals? Continue Reading…
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