Charles Shaw
Exile Nation: Prisons, Politics, Drugs, and Spirituality in America
September 13, 2019 Comments.. 678
Exile Nation: Prisons, Politics, Drugs, and Spirituality in America Charles Shaw Exile Nation Originally published as a series on Reality Sandwich and The Huffington Post, Exile Nation is a work of spiritual journalism that grapples with the themes of drugs, prisons, politics, and spirituality through Shaw s personal story In 2005, Shaw was arrested in Chicago for possession of MDMA and was sent to prison for one year Shaw not only looks at tExile Nation Originally published as a series on Reality Sandwich and The Huffington Post, Exile Nation is a work of spiritual journalism that grapples with the themes of drugs, prisons, politics, and spirituality through Shaw s personal story In 2005, Shaw was arrested in Chicago for possession of MDMA and was sent to prison for one year Shaw not only looks at the current prison system and its many Full description. Exile Nation Prisons Politics Drugs and Spirituality in America Exile Nation Originally published as a series on Reality Sandwich and The Huffington Post Exile Nation is a work of spiritual journalism that grapples with the themes of drugs prisons politics and
  • Title: Exile Nation: Prisons, Politics, Drugs, and Spirituality in America
  • Author: Charles Shaw
  • ISBN: 9781593764418
  • Page: 418
  • Format: Paperback
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    1 Blog on “Exile Nation: Prisons, Politics, Drugs, and Spirituality in America

    1. Rose says:

      This book is pretty depressing I can see where some types of people would be turned off by the author and his style of writing, but I think it was pretty well written overall and provided a compelling image of the prison system of Illinois What I like most is the author does not make excuses for his behavior He had a lot of garbage in his past, but he also acknowledged that that garbage did not excuse him from dealing garbage out to others and that he had to deal with the consequences of his act [...]

    2. Jim says:

      Mr Shaw makes himself out to be the victim His parents abused him, although it wasn t clear how they did it The cops abused and framed him and some of that may be true, if you can believe him Maybe he felt ignored by his father However, his mother was always there to bail him out of many situations of his own causing While in prison he seem to imply that there was only one gang, white supremacy No mention of the black gangs, the Hispanic gangs, the gangs of Porto Rico, etc And everyone in prison [...]

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