Criminal Policy Making
Dartmouth, 1997 - Law - 563 pages
This volume presents a wide-ranging collection of critical essays which address aspects of criminal policy. A central purpose is to illuminate those processes which determine the shape and direction of criminal policy within liberal and democratic states.
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Francis A Allen 1978 The Decline of the Rehabilitative Ideal in American
Ronald Bayer 1981 Crime Punishment and the Decline of Liberal
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