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Crime and criminal justice. Edited with an introd. by Donald R. Cressey
Bib ID 407534
Format BookBook
Author
Cressey, Donald R. (Donald Ray), 1919-, comp
 
Description Chicago, Quadrangle Books [1971] 
289 p. 22 cm. 
ISBN 0812901789
Full 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.
 
Notes

"A New York times book."

A collection of articles which appeared in the New York times magazine, 1952-69.

Subjects Criminal justice, Administration of.
Also Titled

New York times.

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