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Thinking about Crime by Wilson, D. L. & James P. Wilson
Thinking about Crime
by Wilson, D. L. & James P. Wilson
 
As crime rates inexorably rose during the tumultuous years of the 1970s, disputes over how to handle the violence sweeping the nation quickly escalated. James Q. Wilson redefined the public debate by offering a brilliant and provocative new argumentthat criminal activity is largely rational and shaped by the rewards and penalties it offersand forever changed the way Americans think about crime. Now with a new foreword by the prominent scholar and best-selling author Charles Murray, this revised edition of "Thinking About Crime" introduces a new generation of readers to the theories and ideas that have been so influential in shaping the American justice system."
 
Published 20130514 by Basic Books, Paperback, 320 Pages, ISBN: 9780465048830, ISBN-10: 0465048838, List Price $17.99.

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