Correction

Due to an editing error in our Jan. 25 interview with prison expert William Nagel, the Monitor incorrectly stated that West Virginia was tied with Pennsylvania for the nation's sixth-lowest crime rate in 1980. Actually the two states were tied for sixth-lowest incarceration rate. West Virginia had the nation's lowest crime rate that year, and Pennsylvania the sixth-lowest.

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