Sin No More: From Abortion to Stem Cells, Understanding Crime, Law, and Morality in America

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NOTES TO CHAPTER 1

1. Hardball 2004.

2. NBC News' Meet the Press 2004.

3. Seelye 2004.

4. Foreman 2003.

5. Frank 2004c.

6. Seelye 2004.

7. Kalb 2004.

8. Barone 2004.

9. Pew Research Center 2004b.

10. Kohut 2004.

11. Nagourney 2005b.

12. Reynolds 2005b.

13. Catholic Answers 2004.

14. Lester 2004.

15. Nagourney and Elder 2004b.

16. Mother Jones 2005.

17. Lyons 2004.

18. Langer 2004.

19. Guth et al. 1991.

20. Jones 2004.

21. D'Emilio 2000.

22. Luker 1984.

23. Glick 1992.

24. Business Week 1978.

25. Carter 1977.

26. “Quick Fixes for Web Info-Junkies” 2004.

27. Skolnick and Dombrink 1978.

28. DiChiara and Galliher 1994.

29. Craig and O'Brien 1993; Reagan 1997.

30. Frank 2004b.

31. Phillips 2006:100, 103.

32. Schur 1980.

33. Mill 1859, 1956.

34. Committee on Homosexual Offences and Prostitution 1957.

35. Kadish 1967.

36. Schur 1965.

37. Skolnick 1968.

38. Geis 1979.

38. Packer 1968.

40. Devlin 1965:23.

41. Geis 1979; Schur 1965.

42. Schur 1965.

43. Becker 1963; Goffman 1963; Lemert 1967; Tannenbaum 1938.

44. Schur 1965:8.

45. Schur 1965:v.

46. Schur 1965.

47. Cook 1988.

48. Conrad and Schneider 1992.

49. Conrad and Schneider 1992:12.

50. Reagan 1997.

51. Cook 1988.

52. McConahay 1988:32.

53. Sullivan 1995.

54. Schur 1965.

55. Sutherland and Cressey 1960.

56. Schur 1980:24.

57. Schur 1980:6.

58. Schur 1980:7.

59. Jenness 1993.

60. Jenness 1993; Loseke and Best 2003.

61. Schur 1980.

62. Schur 1980:5, 8.

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