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The Resource Crime and criminal justice., Edited with an introd. by Donald R. Cressey

Crime and criminal justice., Edited with an introd. by Donald R. Cressey

Label
Crime and criminal justice.
Title
Crime and criminal justice.
Statement of responsibility
Edited with an introd. by Donald R. Cressey
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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New York times
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1919-1987
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Cressey, Donald R.
Index
index present
LC call number
KF9223.A75
LC item number
C74
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Criminal justice, Administration of
Label
Crime and criminal justice., Edited with an introd. by Donald R. Cressey
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "A New York times book."
  • A collection of articles which appeared in the New York times magazine, 1952-69
Contents
There's always a crime wave, by F. J. Cook.--Corruption runs far deeper than politics, by M. B. Clinard.--When the cops were not "handcuffed, " by Y. Kamisar.--What happens when the police strike, by G. Clark.--Is the Court handcuffing the cops? By J. Vorenberg.--The criminal gets the breaks, by D. Gutman.--Tangled issue of wiretapping, by A. Lewis.--When the public judges the Court, by A. F. Westin.--The cop as social scientist, by S. Braun.--Police work, by J. Q. Wilson.--"Hogan's office": a kind of ministry of justice, by M. Mayer.--Inside view of the High Court, by W. J. Brennan, Jr.--The prison "culture"--from the inside, by M. Arc.--Violence, like charity, begins at home, by R. Sullivan.--A judge with "disciplined indignation, " by G. Samuels.--Working their way through jail, by G. Samuels.--Role playing: a judge is a con, a con is a judge, by R. Hammer.--Where junkies learn to hang tough, by G. Samuels.--Britain pays the victim of the crime, by C. Hussey.--Brief for a better court system, by A. T. Vanderbilt.--Should prisons be abolished? By R. S. Banay.--Suggested reading (p. [279]-280)
Control code
ocm00148188
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
289 p.
Isbn
9780812901788
Lccn
71130380
System control number
(Sirsi) 2721
Label
Crime and criminal justice., Edited with an introd. by Donald R. Cressey
Publication
Note
  • "A New York times book."
  • A collection of articles which appeared in the New York times magazine, 1952-69
Contents
There's always a crime wave, by F. J. Cook.--Corruption runs far deeper than politics, by M. B. Clinard.--When the cops were not "handcuffed, " by Y. Kamisar.--What happens when the police strike, by G. Clark.--Is the Court handcuffing the cops? By J. Vorenberg.--The criminal gets the breaks, by D. Gutman.--Tangled issue of wiretapping, by A. Lewis.--When the public judges the Court, by A. F. Westin.--The cop as social scientist, by S. Braun.--Police work, by J. Q. Wilson.--"Hogan's office": a kind of ministry of justice, by M. Mayer.--Inside view of the High Court, by W. J. Brennan, Jr.--The prison "culture"--from the inside, by M. Arc.--Violence, like charity, begins at home, by R. Sullivan.--A judge with "disciplined indignation, " by G. Samuels.--Working their way through jail, by G. Samuels.--Role playing: a judge is a con, a con is a judge, by R. Hammer.--Where junkies learn to hang tough, by G. Samuels.--Britain pays the victim of the crime, by C. Hussey.--Brief for a better court system, by A. T. Vanderbilt.--Should prisons be abolished? By R. S. Banay.--Suggested reading (p. [279]-280)
Control code
ocm00148188
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
289 p.
Isbn
9780812901788
Lccn
71130380
System control number
(Sirsi) 2721

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