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Unformatted text preview: committed an average of 26.3% fewer offenses. Since the evidence is clear about the results, the article suggests that inmates should be given the supplements necessary for good behavior. I think that this could be easily fixed without much extra cost. I think that regulated meals would work since the British prisons do the same. They have a regulatory breakfast of oatmeal. Having the prisoners behaving better will be beneficial in the long run because it will be easier and cheaper to run a prison. Works Cited: "Science and Technology: Eat it up and be a good boy; Diet and behaviour. " The Economist 2 Feb. 2008: 87. ABI/INFORM Global . ProQuest. La Salle University Library, Philadelphia, PA. 22 Apr. 2008 <http://www.proquest.com/>...
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