Adam J. Kolber (Brooklyn): Against Proportional Punishment. James M. Anderson and J. Scott Ashwood (RAND), John MacDonald (Penn) and Ricky Bluthenthal (USC): Reducing Crime by Shaping the Built Environment with Zoning: An Empirical Study of Los Angeles. W. David Ball (Santa Clara): Defunding State Prisons. Marianne Mimi Wesson (Colorado): Living Death: Ambivalence, Delay, and Capital Punishment. Can criminal law do without moralism? Youngjae Lee reviews Crime and Punishment: A Concise Moral Critique by Hyman Gross. Sarah Shannon and Chris Uggen visualize the story of mass incarceration, illustrating shifts in punishment over time, space, and the populations most affected by its rise. Prison and the poverty trap: Many social scientists no longer think that America’s shift to longer prison terms has been a help to poor neighborhoods.