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Canada-U.S. Criminal Justice Connections

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No. 26 (1986)

This is a special issue edited and written by Canadians that compares the U.S. and Canada in terms of the role of right-wing think tanks in the formation of crime policy; the development of the police apparatus in the 1980s; carceral trends, and abuse of the elderly, among other topics. A candid interview with Claire Culhane, the well-known Canadian prison activist, is a highlight of the issue.

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

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R.S. Ratner (ed.)



Introduction to a Conjunctural Analysis of Social Control in Canada

R.S. Ratner

Marketing the New Establishment Ideology in Canada

Paul Havemann

Continental Capitalism and Crooked Lawyering

Chuck Reasons and Duncan Chappell

Martyrdom and Surveillance: Ideological and Practices of Police in Canada in the 1980s

Ian Taylor

The Legalization of Prison Discipline in Canada

Michael Mandel

Out of the Fiscal Shadow: Carceral Trends in Canada and the United States

Robert Menzies

Financial Abuse of the Elderly and State Protective Services: Changing Strategies in the Penal-Welfare Complex in the United States and Canada

Robert Gordon

Interview with Claire Culhane

Brian Burtch

Review of Francis Boyle, World Politics and International Law

John Fried