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13 Am. J. Crim. L. [vii] (1985-1986)
Table of Contents--Issue 3

handle is hein.journals/ajcl13 and id is 7 raw text is: American Journal
Of Criminal Law
Volume 13                          Summer 1986                           Number 3
The University of Texas School of Law
Articles
277       A Critical Review of The Classified Information Procedures Act
Brian Z Tamanaha
329       The Demise of Rehabilitation: Sentencing Reform and the Sanctioning of Organiza-
tional Criminality
Harvey M. Silets & Susan W. Brenner
381       Proposed Legislation Facilitating Discussion of Statutory Regulation of Plea
Bargaining
Raymond . Parnas
Comment
391       Computer Crime Deterrence
Jerome Y Roachd
Book Reviews
417       Prisoner Participation in Prison Power
by J.E. Baker
Elizabeth Horan
419       Crime and Reconciliation
by Mark Umbreit
Valerie Bickart
421       Shadow Justice: The Ideology and Institutionalization of Alternatives to Court
by Christine B. Harrington
Andrew J. Cloutier
423       Criminal Justice Research in Libraries: Strategies and Resources
by M. Lutzker and E. Ferrall
Sandra Helm
426       Criminal Defense Ethics: Law and Liability
by John M. Burkoff
Jennifer Gehrt
429       Books Received

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