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Crime and Justice in the Clinton Era

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Vol. 21, No. 3 (1994)

This issue of Social Justice provides an in-depth critique of law-and-order crusades under the Clinton administration, analyzes the shortcomings of existing drug and penal policies, and suggests possible criminal justice reforms for the coming decade.

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

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Anthony M. Platt (ed.)

Editorial: Crime and Justice in the Clinton Era

Anthony M. Platt

The Politics of Law and Order

Anthony M. Platt

The Fragility of Criminal Justice Reform

Marc Mauer

Drugspeak and the Clinton Administration: A Lost Opportunity for Drug Policy Reform

Diana Gordon

Distorted by Fear: The Make-Believe War on Crime

Barry Krisberg

A Mass Psychology of Punishment: Crime and the Futility of Rationality-Based Approaches

Lynn Chancer

Clinton, Crime, and the Justice Department

Tony Poveda

Homeless Fatigue Syndrome: The Backlash Against the Crime of Homelessness in the 1990s

June Kress

Cruel and Unusual Punishment of the Mentally Ill in California's Prisons: A Case Study of a Class Action Suit

Donald Specter

Shackled Justice: Florence Federal Penitentiary and the New Politics of Punishment

Robert Perkinson

Between the Waves: Mass Mediated Themes of Crime and Justice

Gregg Barak

Don't Alter Your Mind x It's the World That's Out of Joint

Leslie Wilkins

Review of Diana Gordon, The Return of the Dangerous Classes

Lynn Zimmer