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William Walker pushes forward from a broken home to a distinguished law firm. On the brink of partnership and big money, he returns to his hometown and runs for Judge. When smear tactics back him... More > into a corner, he ignores political correctness and advocates legalizing consensual crimes. His campaign ignites a national firestorm and threatens the biggest business interests on the planet, placing him and his family in danger.< Less
Locked Up and Locked Down Multitude Lingers in Limbo: Revised Edition
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The offender is still a human being, a candidate for rehabilitation, restoration and adequate reintegration into the society as a contributing member. With 5% of the world’s population and 25%... More > of the world’s incarcerated population, the United States incarcerates more of its citizens than any country in the world. The implications of mass incarceration in the United States are reflected in the social marginalization of individuals with conviction records, economic impoverishment, political disenfranchisement and HIV/AIDS in U.S. prisons.
According to the 2008 report of the Pew Charity Trust, there are now more than 1 in 100 Americans behind bars with Hispanics and Blacks consisting of more than 65% of the U.S. prison population.
Locked Up and Locked Down: Multitude Lingers in Limbo: Revised Edition comes with new chapters, latest research and solutions for strategic intervention in the high rates of incarceration and recidivism in the United States prison system.< Less
The Old Regime Police Blotter III: Duels, Assault and Domestic Violence: In Pre-Revolutionary France
A woman who killed three men in a sword fight; drunken musketeers assaulting passers-by; a wife whose husband brought his mistress home and beat her when she objected.... These are just some of the... More > colorful figures from eighteenth century France in this third volume in the Old Regime Police Blotter series, a collection of source books on crime and police matters in the period. From the organized, consensual violence of dueling to the random mistreatment of the vulnerable in public and in private, this collection looks at violence in its most personal form, at court, in the street, in theaters, in private homes, in the process giving vignettes of daily life in France before the Revolution. Much of this material - from the Bastille archives, from periodicals, from letters and memoirs - has never been previously translated. A treasure trove for historians, writers of period fiction and the simply curious.< Less