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The system of criminal justice and corrections in the United States has always been framed and approached as a grand experiment. Nothing about is final, and the system socially evolves along with us. As a frequent topic of public debate, this system is also, and necessarily under constant scrutiny. Our justice system, while significantly-improved (when compared to early iterations), is often characterized as a "failure."  After reading the article by Dilts on Justice as Failure, respond to the following brief reaction questions.

1) Summarize Dilts' main arguments.  

2) What do you consider to be among the most significant failures and successes in our efforts toward justice, and why?  

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