A Convicts Perspective is a product of T. Lamont Bakers vow to keep potent traditions of critique and resistance alive. It reflects his awareness of, and responsiveness to, mainstream paradigms, viewpoints and practices, as well as his grounding in validating and empowering platforms of criticism. This test examines the efforts of bureaucrats to reform delinquents and illuminates administrative measures aimed at convict habilitation, while simultaneously complementing academic approaches to penology and recidivism reduction.
Baker forces his readers to question why it is that this field of study has for so long remained impenetrable by the artillery that is best aimed and fired by progressive intellectual freedom fighters: Scrutiny. Presented by an imprisoned millennial and co-founder of Incarcerated Thinkers (confined yet literate pragmatists who are passionate about creating, energizing and sustaining high-quality public discourse), A Convicts Perspective is a must-read for all established and aspiring criminologists who have a sincere appreciation of the Life of the Mind.