Becker, Gary S.: Punishment, Human Capital, and Crime

Academic discussions on crime in the 1950s and 1960s centered on factors such as mental illness, social oppression, and inequality. The trumpeting of these potential causes of crime, among others, led to shifts in social policy, including the expansion of rights ...

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