Source: (1994) Paper presented to the second annual symposium of the Silvan S. Tomkins Institute, Philadelphia, October. Available on audio cassette from the Tomkins Institute, Philadelphia.
Analyses the political psychology of public debate about criminal justice, and proposes alternative paths to reform in the light of this analysis.
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