Causes of Crime

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Greenwood Press, Jan 1, 1985 - Law - 309 pages
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The cause and causation of crime, covered from the time of Benjamin Rush, one of the most eminent of early American physicians, to Williams Healy; from the last decade of the eighteenth to the second decade of the twentieth century. The material is presented from biological, anthropological, and psychological perspectives.

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Phrenology
1
Insanity
20
Moral Insanity
48
Copyright

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