Item #001548 Crime, Punishment, and Reform in Europe. Louis A. Knafla.

Crime, Punishment, and Reform in Europe

Westport, Ct. Praeger, 2003. First Edition. Hardcover. xvi, 257 p.; 24 cm. Green cloth with black- and gilt-stamped spine titles. No dust jacket, as issued. Includes index and notes about the editors and contributors. First Edition. Criminal Justice History, volume 18. Contents: Criminal Justice in Eighteenth-Century Bordeaux, 1715-24 by Rebecca E. Kingston -- Popular Culture and the Arbitration of Disputes: Northern Spain in the Eighteenth Century by Tomas A. Mantecon Movellan -- The Fall of the Sessions Paper: The Criminal Trial and the Popular Press in Late Eighteenth-Century London by Simon Devereaux -- "I Can Bear Punishment": Daniel Isaac Eaton, Radical Culture and the Rule of Law, 1793-1812 by Michael T. Davis -- Legitimacy in the Evolution of the Prison: The Chatham Convict Prison Outbreak, 1861 by Alyson Brown -- The Criminalization of Youth in Late Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Italy Mary S. Gibson -- The Reform of Offenders in England, 1830-1995: A Circular Debate by Kevin Downing and Bill Forsythe. The volume also includes two lengthy book review essays on hangings and prisons, and reviews of 16 other major works that have appeared in the mid-1990s relative to crime, punishment, and reform. ISBN: 0-313-31014-9. In Fine Condition. Fine. Item #001548
ISBN: 0313310149

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