Poor and black defendants have more legal rights than ever, but that didn't stop mass incarceration. Why is that? We talk about a paper by Paul Butler called "Poor People Lose: Gideon and the Critique of Rights." Plus, we answer the question that’s on everyone’s mind: how to live as an anti-natalist. And Tamler is appalled to discover David's anti-natalist leanings.Support Very Bad Wizards
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- Butler, P. D. (2012). Poor people lose: Gideon and the critique of rights. Yale LJ, 122, 2176.
- Butler, P. (2010). Let's get free: a hip-hop theory of justice. The New Press. Chicago
- Gideon v. Wainwright - Wikipedia