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Special thanks to Jane and Charlie Butcher
This unique investigation was made possible by the generous support and commitment of Jane and Charlie Butcher.

Charlie Butcher
Jane and Charlie Butcher#
# Charlie Butcher's concern for the cost of prisons in the U.S is reflected in this project. A conscientious objector in WWII, Charlie served 19 months in federal prison, an experience that left him with a lifelong commitment to issues of incarceration in America. To learn more about Charlie Butcher and his forthcoming book, visit his web site.

Jane Butcher is co-chair of the Foundation for National Progress (Mother Jones' parent non-profit) where she has served for the last eight years. She is also Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Women of the West Museum; Co-chair of the Committee for the Conference on World Affairs; member of the Arts and Sciences Dean's Advisory Council at the University of Colorado; and founder of the consulting firm Conventional Wisdom, Ltd.

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