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The Making of Criminal Justice Policy in the United States: Essays on the Role of the President, the Congress and the Publis

Nancy E. Marion, William M. Oliver

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ISBN 10: 0773449639 / ISBN 13: 9780773449633
Published by Edwin Mellen Pr, 2008
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Title: The Making of Criminal Justice Policy in the...

Publisher: Edwin Mellen Pr

Publication Date: 2008

Book Condition:Good

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Analyzes the interplay between the American political system and criminal justice policy. This book examines the vital role politics plays in defining key elements of the criminal justice system.


"... a significant step toward enlightening scholars and students of criminal justice about the nexus between politics and crime policies." - Prof. Barbara Ann Stolz Washington, D.C. "Up to now, the limited body of scholarship [on the politics of crime control] has remained scattered, buried deeply in academic journals and cited only infrequently in mainstream criminology, legal or policy studies publications." - Prof. James D. Calder University of Texas at San Antonio"

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