Race, Crime, and Justice
Racism in the law/ George W. Crockett, Jr.; Racism in the administration of justice/ Louis L. Knowles and Kenneth Prewitt;Cultural bias in the American legal system/ Daniel H. Swett; Statistics concerning race and crime/ Gilbert Geis; The convergence of race and crime/ Marvin Wolfgang and Bernard Cohen; Crime and the Native American/ Charles E. Reasons; A comparison of Negro and White crime rates/ Morris A. Forslund; Race, social status and criminal arrest/ Edward Green; Seeking an explanation/ Marvin Wolfgang and Bernard Cohen; Race and crime control/ Robert Coles; Children's perception of police/ Robert L. Derbyshire; Police and the community/ Kerner Commission; Patterns of behavior in police and citizen transactions/ Donald J. Black and Albert J. Reiss, Jr.; The policeman's world/ David H. Bayley and Harold Mendelsohn; Police and minority groups:toward a theory of negative contacts/ Jack L. Kuykendall; The police and the urban ghetto/ Jerome H. Skolnick; Discrimination in the administration of justice/ Andrew Overby; Segregated justice/ Charles Morgan Jr.; Inter- and intra-racial crime relative to sentencing/ Edward Green; The Negro in court/ Dale W. Broeder; Equality under the law; Michael J. Hindelang; A study of grand jury assistance/ California Rural Legal assistance; The double standard of justice: why it must go/ Edward F. Bell.
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EORGE W CROCKETT
KNOWLES and KENNETH PREWITT
Cultural Bias in the American Legal System
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