1. James K. Stewart, Testimony Before the President's Commission on Privatization. The Report of the President's Commission on Privatization, Washington, D.C.: March 1988, at 146.

  2. Ibid, at 146

  3. Ibid, at 147

  4. Ibid, at 147

  5. Ibid, at 148

  6. Randall Fitzgerald, When Government Goes Private, New York: University Books, 1987, at 107.

  7. Michigan Department of Management and Budget, Criminal Justice Division and Prison Overcrowding Project, "Report on Michigan's County Jails. 1978-1983", Lansing, MI: 1984.

  8. Michigan Sheriffs' Association and Prison Overcrowding Project, "Report on Michigan's County Jails 1984", Lansing, MI: 1984.

  9. Michigan Sheriffs' Association and Prison Overcrowding Project, "County Jails, 1985", Lansing, MI: 1985.

  10. DMB, supra note 7, at 3

  11. Ibid, at 7

  12. MSA 1984, supra note 8, at 59.

  13. Michigan Sheriffs' Association, "Report on County Jails, 1988", Lansing, MI: November, 1988, at 5.

  14. MSA 1985, supra note 5, at 3.

  15. Ibid, at 5.

  16. Charles H. Logan and Sharla P. Rausch, "Punish and Profit: The Emergence of Private Enterprise Prisons", Academy of Criminal Justice, Justice Quarterly, VI. 2 Number 3, Washington, D. C.: September, 1985.

  17. B.Cory and S. Gettinger, Time to Build? The Realities of Prison Construction, New York: Edna McConnell Clark Foundation, 1984. cited in Logan and Rausch, Supra note 17, at 306.

  18. Logan and Rausch, supra note 16, at 305.

  19. G. Funke, "Who's Buried in Grant's Tomb? – Economics and Corrections for the Eighties and Beyond", Alexandria, VA: Institute for Economics & Political Science, Cited in Logan and Rausch, supra note 16.

  20. DMB, supra note 7, at 8 & 11

  21. E.W. Zedlewski, "The Economics of Disincarceration," National lnstitute of Justice Report, Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, May, 1984. Cited in Logan Rausch, supra note 16 at 310.

  22. Cory and Gettinger, as cited in Logan and Rausch, supra note 16, at 310.

  23. DMB, supra note 7, at 8 & 11.

  24. MSA 1984, supra note 8, at 17, 21, 22, & 48.

  25. Ibid at 48.

  26. DMB, supra note 7, at 6.

  27. MSA 1984, supra note 8, at 19.

  28. MSA 1988, supra note 13, at 9.

  29. MSA 1985, supra note 9, at 4.

  30. Logan and Rausch, supra note 16, at 313.

  31. MSA 1988, supra note 13, at 6.

  32. Judy Grant and Diane Bast, "Corrections and the Private Sector: A Guide for Public Officials", Chicago, IL: The Heartland Institute, May 4, 1987, at 1.

  33. William Nagel, "The New Red Bam: A Critical Look at the Modem American Prison", (1973), cited in Grant and Bast, supra note 32, at 15.

  34. Camille and George Camp, "Private Sector Involvement in Prison Services and Operations", Washington, D.C.: Criminal Justice Institute for the National Institute of Corrections, February 1984, at 17.

  35. Ibid at 5 & 7.

  36. This suggestion is strongly made in a study done for the Michigan Sheriffs' Association by Public Sector Consultants, Inc., Lansing, M1., June 1, 1988. at 16 & 17.

  37. National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice, "Research in Brief", Washington, D.C. : June, 1987.

  38. Ibid at 22.

  39. Samuel Jan Brakel, "Privatization and Corrections," Santa Monica, CA: The Reason Foundation, January, 1989, at 3.

  40. Ibid at 4.

  41. As quoted in U.S. News & World Report, July 2, 1984, at 45.

  42. MSA 1984, supra note 8, at 2.

  43. Logan and Rausch, supra note 16, at 307.

  44. Ibid, at 307.

  45. The companies are: Corrections Corporation of America (TN); Buckingham Security (PA); U.S. Corrections Corporation (KY); Behavioral Systems Southwest (CA); Wackenhut Security Services, Inc. (FL); General Electric Corporation (PA); and Southwest Detention, Inc. (TX).

  46. The information on CCA's Bay County, Florida, experiences Comes from The Role of Privatization in Florida's Economic Development, Miami, FL: the Law and Economics Center of the University of Miami and The Local Government Center of The Reason Foundation, Santa Monica, CA. 1987, at 11 — 13; The Corrections Corporation of America, 28 White Bridge Road, Nashville, TN; Conversations with the Editor and Reporters for the Panama City News Herald, Panama City (Bay County) Florida; and Randall Fitzgerald, supra note 6, at 109 — 111.

  47. Ibid.

  48. Lynn Adkins, "If Taxpayers Won't Build New Prisons, Business Will," in Dun's Business Month. June, 1984. Cited in Grant and Bast, supra note 32, at 6.

  49. Charles Logan, "Privatization and Corrections: A Bibliography". Washington, D.C.: the National Institute of Justice, January, 1989.

  50. Brakel, supra note 39, at 6.

  51. Fitzgerald, supra note 46, at 111.

  52. U.S. News & World Report, supra note 41, at 46.

  53. Public Service Consultants, Inc., Lansing, MI: June, 1988.

  54. J. Michael Jr., "Thoughts About Prisons for Profit", in Does Crime Pay? An Examination of Prisons for Profit (1985) as cited in Grant and Bast, supra note 32, at 9.

  55. Ibid, at 10.

  56. Ibid, at 9.

  57. Ibid, at 10.

  58. Brakel, supra note 39, at 14.

  59. Ibid, at 14.

  60. Ibid, at 27.

  61. Charles Logan, "The Private Prison: The Moral Case", London: The Adam Smith Institute, 1988.

  62. Corrections Corporation of America Management Contract, as cited in Grant and Bast, supra note 32, at 9 and 17.

  63. Brakel, supra note 39, at 24.