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The Politics of Street Crime

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No. 5 (1976)

This classic issue of Crime and Social Justice provides a seminal analysis of the responsibility of progressives to provide a meaningful alternative to law-and-order approaches to street crime. Included are the Schwendinger's seminal article on delinquency, Klein and Kress' overview of women, crime, and the criminal justice system, Sid Harring's analysis of the development of the police institution in the U.S., and Paul Takagi's bibliographic overview of penal reform.

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

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Editorial: The Politics of Street Crime

Crime and Social Justice Collective

Network Building: A Clarification

Crime and Social Justice Collective

Delinquency and the Collective Varieties of Youth

Herman Schwendinger and Julia R. Schwendinger

The Penal Question in Capital

Dario Melossi

Any Woman's Blues: A Critical Overview of Women, Crime, and the Criminal Justice System

Dorie Klein and June Kress

Notes of a Prison Collective

Marion Political Collective

The Development of the Police Institution in the United States

Sidney L. Harring

Revising Liberal Conceptions of Penal Reform: A Bibliographic Overview

Paul Takagi

Review of Helmer, Drugs and Minority Oppression

Patricia A. Morgan

Introduction to the Billingslea Letter

Sally Soladay

The Billingslea Letter