White-Collar Criminal: The Offender in Business and the Professions

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INDEX
Accessory to crime, 46, 63
Adams, Charles Francis, 41
Adams, John, 9-10
Advertising
automobile, 256-257
bait-and-switch, 240, 247
false and misleading claims, 36-37
injurious effects upon consumers and competitors, 303-309
misrepresentation, 42, 58, 60-63, 296- 297
powers of FTC to regulate, 296, 301- 309, 345
studies of systematic deception, 232-233
television, 296
illusion or deception, 201-209
"sandpaper case," 296-297, 301-302, 306-308
testimonial, 303
violation of laws, 354, 356, 358-359
Age, of offenders, 339
Ambulance chasing, 44
contingent-fee arrangement, 219
definition, 221
deviation and control within the legal profession, 219-230
insurance companies and, 220, 222-223, 228-229
functional consequences, 222
personal injury solicitation, 221-226
personal injury suits, 219
process of enforcing ethical norms, 226- 229
proposed solutions, 229-230
American Cancer Society, 274-275
American Criminal Law Quarterly, 310n
American Journal of Sociology, 159n, 173n, 185n
American Medical Association, 276
investigations of medical quackery, 271- 272
American Sociological Review, 71n, 202n, 353n, 365n
American Sociological Society, 2, 21
American Tobacco Company, 65
Anthony, Robert N., 121
Antitrust violations, 16-17, 65-67, 354
heavy electrical equipment cases ( 1961), 103-118 (see also Electrical equipment antitrust cases)
significance of, 65-68
use of criminal sanctions, 411, 413, 426
Aristotle, 15
Arnold, Thurman, 391
Attachments, of illegal profits of corporate crime, 146-147
Aubert, Vilhelm, 156, 173-184, 337
Authority, attitudes toward, 97
Automobiles, 233, 255-267
advertisements, 256-257
buying used cars, 258-259
consumer-dealer-manufacturer relations, 265-266
financing, 259-261
insufficient consumer information, 255- 258

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