Summary: What could be more "liberal" than believing in society's responsibility for crime--that crime is less the product of free will than of poverty and other social forces beyond the individual's control? And what could be more "progressive" than the belief that the law should aim for social, not merely individual, justice? This work of social, cultural, and legal history uncovers the contested origins and paradoxical consequences of the two protean co ...show morencepts in the cosmopolitan cities of industrial America at the turn of the twentieth century. ...show lessEdition/Copyright: 03
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