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Punishment and Social Control (2nd ed)

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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