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Perspectives on correction. Edited by Donal E. J. MacNamara & Edward Sagarin.

; Sagarin, Edward, 1913-1986
New York, Crowell [1971] .
ISBN 0690615361

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Other Authors Sagarin, Edward, 1913-1986.
Subjects Corrections.
Prisons -- United States.
Description vi, 277 p. 21 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Letter from Folsom Prison, by E. Cleaver.--Our prisons are criminal, by B. Jackson.--On the characteristics of total institutions: the inmate world, by E. Goffman.--The urge to punish, by H. Weihofen.--Justifications for criminal punishment, by H. L. Packer.--And the prisoners will become priests: the convicts break out, by T. Leary.--Vengeance is mine, saith the Lord, by K. Menninger.--The justification of punishment, by E. L. Pincoffs.--The struggle for penal reform in America, by W. D. Lewis.--Reflections on hanging, by A. Koestler.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00122580
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