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Focus on Racism

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No. 14 (1980)

The primary focus of this issue of Crime and Social Justice is on racism. The secondary focus is on punishment. The two themes overlap and interconnect, of course, given the enormously high and disproportionate concentration of racial and national minorities in prison. This issue features reprints of the hard-to-find "Concerning the Shooting of Eulia Love" and of an empirical study by Frederic Soloman et al. on civil rights activity and the reduction of violent crimes among African American youth; plus review essays by Jim Thomas et al. on the penitentiary and a biographical essay on Georg Rusche by Dario Melossi.

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

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Overview of "Focus on Racism"

Editors

Concerning the Shooting of Eulia Love

Los Angeles Board of Police Commissioners

Race, Crime and Social Policy: The Chinese in Oregon, 1871-1885

Charles A. Tracy

Civil Rights Activity and Reduction in Crime Among Negroes

Fredric Solomon, Walter L. Walker, Garrett J. O'Connor, and Jacob R. Fishman

Sinking Gradually into the Proletariat: The Emergence of the Penitentiary in the United States

Martin B. Miller

The Ideology of Prison Research: A Critical View of Stateville: The Penitentiary in Mass Society

Jim Thomas, Charles Secret, David Stribling, Edmond Clemons, Michael Clark, Al Sanders, Reggie Smith, Don Nichols, Doug Gates, Jim Barksdale, and Alex Neal

Georg Rusche: A Biographical Essay

Dario Melossi

Critique of Delinquency Texts

John Galliher

John Irwin, Prisons in Turmoil

Tony Platt