Will 3 Strikes Score?
Designed to target career criminals, new get-tough legislation may not really reduce violent crime.
Thursday, April 14, 1994
Twenty-six years ago a twice-kicked-around former vice president named Richard Nixon vaulted into the White House on a pledge to lead a "militant crusade" against "crime in the streets."
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