Slavery Abolition on the Ballot in 5 States: Are Working Prisoners Actually Slaves?

The Constitution says you can be made to do labor if you’re imprisoned, but voters in five states will decide whether working prisoners are actually slaves. Should we put an end to prison industries, or does having a job in jail teach the dignity of work, and prepare convicts for return to the free world? 

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