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Convicts don't live in prisons -- they survive them. Harold S. Long has written a disturbing and deeply moving account of prison life. Long has been behind bars for over ten years. He describes how prisons are run: the penal code and the cellblock code. He takes you out to the yard and into the hole. He explains the complete failure of most "rehabilitation" programs. And he reveals what it is like to survive the isolation, humiliation, and brutality of prison life.

Surviving in Prison is much more than the story of how prisons work and where they fail. It is the true account of one man's struggle to preserve some shred of dignity that he can use to build a new life... if only he can survive.

Published 1990, 8 x 11, 128 pp. soft cover. Condition-New.
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Tookie Williams Life In prison From Publishers Weekly: As a boy, Williams heard the older kids who'd served time tell stories that made prison sound glamorous and fun, a place to hang out with your friends and prove how tough you were. But now, after 16 years on San Quentin's death row for the murders of four people, Williams (Gangs and Violence), co-founder of the notorious Los Angeles Crips gang, knows that prison "is no place you'd ever want to be." In this slender volume, he explains why: the cramped quarters, lack of freedom and privacy, homesickness, violence and daily indignities (strip searches, having to use the toilet in public).
Williams often goes beyond mere description, asking readers to imagine or emulate his experiences ("To get a feel for what it's like to live in a prison cell, test yourself. Spend ten hours, nonstop, and alone in your bathroom"), an effective technique. Though the book's stated goal is to warn kids away from Williams's path, its matter-of-fact, often homogenized tone connotes more of a plea for sympathy than a caution intended to frighten kids.
Co-author Becnel's foreword contributes to this problem, although the stark black-and-white photographs of Williams, San Quentin and other prisons and prisoners toughens the tone to some degree. Those concerned that purchasing the book will profit a convicted killer can be reassured: Williams's royalties will be donated to the Institute for the Prevention of Youth Violence. Ages 8-up.

1998, 8 x 6, 80 pp., soft cover. Condition New
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There's no doubt about it. You saw the flashing red lights, you found a good attorney, you even begged for mercy. Now You Are Going to Prison and there's not a damn thing you can do about it... except learn how to make the time go easier.

Jim Hogshire guides you through the correctional system, pointing out all the dangers and scams, leading you toward the safest path. If you or a loved one are about to be swallowed up by the system, you need this information if you hope to come out whole.

You Are Going to Prison is the most accurate, no-bullshit guide to prison life we have ever seen. You don't want to read this book unless you're going to do time, because you won't be able to get the sickening images out of your head.

Based on inside information from prisoners who have endured long sentences in such ominous institutions as the federal maximum security prison in Marion, Indiana, the book provides prospective inmates with a step-by-step guide to incarceration, beginning with arrest and ending -- at least in some unfortunate cases -- with the administration of the death penalty." -- Esquire, January 1995

"From your first contact with a policeman to what you will feel when you die in the gas chamber, Hogshire covers almost everything you need to know." -- Factsheet Five, #4

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1999, 5 x 8, 185 pp., indexed, soft cover.
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