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Varieties of State and Corporate Crime

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Vol. 16, No. 2 (1989)

In this issue, the authors, including Peter Dale Scott, Gilda Zwerman, Alan Block, and Frank Pearce, address the abuse of power in the Iran-contra scandal and on the covert national-security-state apparatus; the corruption of high officials; and the state-corporate responsibility for disparaging the earth through ecological disasters. Investigations into the counterterrorism policy and network in the state, as well as President Bush's personal role in its elaboration, lead to questions regarding the vitality of a democratic current in the American body politic.

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

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State and Corporate Crime: An Introduction

Gregory Shank

Northwards Without North: Bush, Counterterrorism, and the Continuation of Secret Power

Peter Dale Scott

Domestic Counterterrorism: U.S. Government Response to Political Violence on the Left in the Reagan Era

Gilda Zwerman

Violence, Corruption, and Clientelism: The Assassination of Jesus De Galindez, 1956

Alan B. Block

The Killing Fields: South Africa's Human Rights Record in Southern Africa

Clifford Luyt

Bhopal: Union Carbide and the Hubris of the Capitalist Technocracy

Frank Pearce and Steve Tombs

Criminologists and the Social Movement Against Corporate Crime

Ronald Kramer

What Is All the Fighting About? Privatism and Neighbor Disputes

Deborah Baskin

Not One Cent for Defense Either: An Appeal for More Public Indifference

Richard R. Korn

Who Guards the Guards? Review of Policing for Profit

Robert P. Weiss

Over Here: Review of Agents of Repression and War at Home

Anthony M. Platt

Review of R.S. Ratner and John L. McMullan, State Control: Criminal Justice Politics in Canada

Tullio Caputo