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A Journal of Crime, Conflict & World Order

Socialism, Capitalism, and the Reproduction of Crime

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No. 23 (1985)

The focus of this issue is on a comparative analysis of crime and social justice, featuring articles from Nicaragua, the USSR, Poland, and Cuba. In addition, the issue includes theory-construction pieces -- one by Cyril Robinson and the other by Casey Groves. Adopted for classroom use.

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

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Introduction: "Socialism, Capitalism, and the Reproduction of Crime"


Editorial: Scapegoating Bulgaria -- The Antonov Tragedy


Justice and the Control of Crime in the Sandinista Popular Revolution

Vilma Núñez de Escorcia

Sociopolitical and Legal Principles of Crime Prevention in the U.S.S.R.

B.V. Korobeinikov

Crime, Penal Law, and the Cuban Revolutionary Process

Max Azicri

Report on Cuba's First Symposium on Politics, Ideology, and Law

Betty Elder

The Problems of Social Parasitism in Poland: Some Legal Aspects

Barbara Szamota

Criminal Justice Research: Two Competing Futures

Cyril Robinson

Marxism and Positivism

Byron Casey Groves

The Rise of the Elderly Offender: Will a 'New' Criminal Be Invented?

Francis Cullen, John Wozniak, and James Frank

The Ominous Crime Policies of Right-Wing Think Tanks: A Review of James Q. Wilson's Crime and Public Policy

Gregg Barak

Academic Freedom and Citizenship: The Mamdani Case


American Sociological Association Resolutions