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A Review of
The War on Kids:
How American Juvenile Justice Lost Its Way
Hardback: Oxford UP, 2017
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Reviewed by Trudy Taylor Smith
In The War on Kids: How American Juvenile Justice Lost Its Way, law professor Cara H. Drinan draws on both academic research and first-hand, personal accounts to expose the oppressive system that funnels our nation’s most vulnerable children and youth into prisons. More than one million kids are arrested every year across the country (4), and nearly 100,000 of them will be incarcerated alongside adults (73).