Reform of the criminal law and procedure
This 1911 volume is a study of crime and its relationship to criminal procedure, juvenile delinquency, and punishment. Included are papers by William Howard Taft, Felix Adler, Homer Folks and others.
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WHAT 1S CR1ME?
THE RELATION OF THE CRIMINAL TO SOC1ETY
THE ETHIcs OF PUNISHMENT
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