Criminology

Criminology

Criminology

Criminology

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To the thoughtful it is obvious that the theme of this book is of profound importance. It treats a department of social knowledge in which recent scientific advances have been great. It deals with a field of social organization in which the changes under discussion are numerous and far-reaching, and in which they confront a stubborn and antiquated conservatism. Adequate discussion of the theme of this book requires the assimilation of an extensive body of learning found in widely scattered sources, and a sound and well matured judgment. Doctor Sutherland has performed his task in a manner well fitted to meet the needs of the student and the public. His book is free from exaggeration and radicalism. Its author unites command of the materials with a spirit at once progressive and cautious.

E. C. H.

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