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The Roots of Violent Crime in America

by Latzer, Barry hardback , 424 pages
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Louisiana State University Press 
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Provides a comprehensive analysis of crimes of violence in the US from the 1880s to the 1930s. Combining the theoretical perspectives and methodological rigour of criminology with a synthesis of historical scholarship as well as original research and analysis, Barry Latzer challenges conventional thinking about violent crime of this era.

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