Forgotten Reformer: Robert McClaughry and Criminal Justice Reform in Nineteenth-Century America - Frank Morn
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Author: Morn, Frank
Publisher: University Press of America
Title: Forgotten Reformer: Robert McClaughry and Criminal Justice Reform in Nineteenth-Century America
Pages: 00402 (Encrypted EPUB)
On Sale: 2010-12-22
Category: Law : Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice
Category: Social Science : Criminology
Category: Political Science : Political Process - Leadership
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