Thomas Blomberg and Stanley Cohen (eds)
Aldine de Gruyter (New York), August 2003
The aftermath of September 11 2001 and the continuing threat from terrorism highlights the ongoing tension between individual civil liberties and a desire for social control. The continuing struggle between liberal democracy and a more secure society. This book looks at the history of punishment and crime-control policies, a history which should inform current debates.
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