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An eye-opening account of the politics and realities of prison life. A drug-abusing veteran of the Vietnam War, the late Joseph Dillon, imprisoned on a charge of robbery, attempted to turn his incarceration to his advantage by writing. His posthumously published memoir is a clarion call for American society and the social justice system to reevaluate and solve the problems running rampant in today's jails.
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Joseph Dillon chose to serve his country during the Vietnam while a teenager because he thought it was the right thing to do. He applied the same thought process to the writing of this book about the prison system. Though he tried his best to readjust after the war, he like so many others was not given the support he needed to do so. This book was completed by Joseph's mother Adele Dillon after his death.
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