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“I'm here because I supposedly broke the law. But any time you put anybody in ‘the hole’ you break the law. What the hell are we supposed to learn?” Prisoner testifying at hearings on Prisoner Internal Disciplinary Procedures, Oregon State Penitentiary, May 30, 1972.
This paper is concerned with the phenomenon of the prison work stoppage. It discusses the conditions which make prison strikes possible and invokes a general theory of strike action to account for the prevalence of prison strikes. In addition, it focusses on a particular, successful prison work...
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