Bibliography, etc. Note
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Formatted Contents Note
Of crimes in general and of punishments, by Sir James F. Stephen. Theories of punishment and the external standard, by O.W. Holmes, Jr. Moral aspects of the criminal law, by M.R. Cohen. The aims of the criminal law, by H.M. Hart, Jr. Emerging notions of modern criminal law in the revolutionary era, by W.E. Nelson. On the sociology of deviance, by K. Erikson. Criminal justice in the American city, by R. Pound. Facts are guesses, by J. Frank. Criminal statistics: a reformulation of the problem, by S. Wheeler. Police discretion not to invoke the criminal process: low-visibility decisions in the administration of justice, by J. Goldstein. The State and the accused: balance of advantage in criminal procedure, by A.S. Goldstein. Two models of the criminal process, by H.L. Packer. The basic dilemma of criminal procedure, by J. Hall. Characteristics of total institutions, by E. Goffman Criminal justice, legal values, and the rehabilitative ideal, by F.A. Allen. The use and abuse of the criminal law, by H.L.A. Hart. The overreach of the criminal law, by N. Morris and G. Hawkins. On preventive detention, by A.M. Dershowitz. The general preventive effects of punishment, by J. Andenaes. On the function of criminal law in riot control, by J. Goldstein. Some observations on the use of criminal sanctions in enforcing economic regulations, by S.H. Kadish. M'Naghten: the stereotype challenged, by A.S. Goldstein. Abolish the "insanity defense," why not? By J. Goldstein and J. Katz.
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KF9223 . G65 1971
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Online version: Goldstein, Abraham S. Crime, law, and society. New York, Free Press