Reporter Explores America's Unique Take on Justice The United States is home to less than five percent of the world's population — and almost a quarter of the world's prisoners. Adam Liptak, national legal correspondent for The New York Times , says that's one of the ways America's legal system differs from those of other countries.
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Reporter Explores America's Unique Take on Justice

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Reporter Explores America's Unique Take on Justice

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Reporter Explores America's Unique Take on Justice

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Adam Liptak is a national legal correspondent and columnist at the New York Times. New York Times hide caption

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