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It is by now a commonplace that the number of people under criminal justice supervision in this country has reached a record high. As a result, the sentencing policies driving that number, and the field of corrections, where the consequences are felt, have acquired an unprecedented salience. It is a salience defined more by issues of magnitude, complexity, and expense than by any consensus about future directions. Are sentencing policies, as implemented through correctional programs anddoi:10.1037/e528632006-001 fatcat:4y4nrba2nrfbrb5klpibbjzxnu