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A Journal of Crime, Conflict & World Order

Researching Crime and the Police

Out of print.

No. 4 (1975)

This issue of Crime and Social Justice represents the third year of work on the only radical journal of criminology in the United States. It prescribes a framework for study, as exemplified by the work of George Rusche and Otto Kirchheimer, Alan Wolfe, and Thomas Mathiesen. Two strong articles concentrate on the history and development of the police, while others focus on linking up groups of researchers.

ISSN: 1043-1578. Published quarterly by Social Justice, P.O. Box 40601, San Francisco, CA 94140. SocialJust@aol.com.

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Editorial

Crime and Social Justice Collective

Articles

The Buffalo Police 1872-1900: Labor Unrest, Political Power and the Creation of the Police Institution

Sidney L. Harring and Lorraine M. McMullin

LEAA: A Case Study in the Development of the Social Industrial Complex

Gregory McLauchlan

Multi-Method Research on Punitive Captivity: A Discussion Based on Insurgent Practicum

George W. Knox

The Struggle Inside

Prospects and Pitfalls for Radical Criminology: A Critical Response to Platt

Austin T. Turk

A Reply to Turk

Mary Marzotto, Tony Platt, and Annika Snare

Network Building

Manifesto (1974)

European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control

Radical Criminology in Canada

Yvon Dandurand

Researching Crime and U.S. Society

Richard Ayre

Woman in Struggle

Mark Rabine

Book Reviews

Center for Research on Criminal Justice: The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

Sidney L. Harring

Review of James Q. Wilson: Thinking About Crime and Richard Quinney: Criminology: Analysis and Critique of Crime in America

David Stratman

The Newt Davidson Collective: Crisis at CUNY

Joe Fashing

Herman Schwendinger and Julia R. Schwendinger: Sociologists of the Chair

Michael T. Ort