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Crisis in Theory and Social Policy

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No. 19 (1983)

This issue features articles on the crisis in criminological theory and social policy and contains responses to Bertram Gross' challenge for alternative criminal justice practices, with contributions from Australia, Canada, England, and the United States.

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

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Overview of "Crisis in Theory and Social Policy"


Crime Control in the 1980s: A Progressive Agenda

Raymond J. Michalowski

Community Action and Crime Prevention: Some Unresolved Issues

Ronald L. Boostrom and Joel H. Henderson

Social Control and the Rise of the 'Exceptional State' in Britain, the United States, and Canada

R.S. Ratner and John L. McMullan

Holding the Blue Lamp: Television and the Police in Britain

Alan Clarke

Jean-Paul Sartre on Understanding Violence

Tony Stigliano

Marxist Criminology in the 1970s: Clarifying the Clutter

Ronald Hinch

Legitimating the Right: The Neoconservatives Build a Base

Gerda Ray

Notes from a Nevada Prison

Nick DiSpoldo

Suppression of Dissident Experts: Ideological Struggle in Australia

Brian Martin

A Decade of Repression: Update on the 'Kiko' Martinez Case

Elizabeth Martínez

A World of Crime: Review of Shelley, Crime and Modernization

Martha Huggins

Review of Silverman et al., Prescriptions for Death: The Drugging of the Third World

Thomas S. Bodenheimer, M.D.

Review of Foner, Karl Marx Remembered. Comments at the Time of His Death

Tony Platt

Black on Black Crime: The Myth and the Reality

Bernard D. Headley