xvi, 216 pages, 1 unnumbered leaf of plates : portrait ; 21 cm.
Making of Modern Law legal treatises.
Formatted Contents Note
I. The prisoner and the courts / by William H. Wadhams II. The prisoner himself. Part I. / by Bernard H. Glueck. Part II / by Thomas W. Salmon III. The prisoner ward or slave? / by Karl W. Kirchwey IV. The control over the prisoner. Part I. Federal / by George Gordon Battle. Part II. State / by E. Stagg Whitin V. Self-government by the prisoner. Part I. Self-government in a state prison / by Thomas Mott Osborne. Part II. Self-government in a reformatory / by E. Kent Hubbard VI. The prison officer / by Frederick A. Dorner VII. Industrial training for the prisoner / by Arthur D. Dean VIII. The prisoner in the road camp / by Charles Henry Davis IX. The union man and the prisoner / by Collis Lovely X. The man who comes out of prison / by R.J. Caldwell XI. The community center and the delinquent / by John Collier.
Includes index. Reproduction of original from Harvard Law School Library.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.