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Goldstein, Abraham S.
Crime, law, and society.
New York, Free Press 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Abraham S Goldstein; Joseph Goldstein
|Description:||xi, 452 pages illustrations 21 cm|
|Contents:||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.
|Responsibility:||readings selected by Abraham S. Goldstein and Joseph Goldstein.|