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1 Crim. Just. Ethics 1 (1982)

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VOLUME 1/NUMBER 1                                                      WINTER/SPRING 1982
FOREWORD: Applied Ethics in Criminal Justice / DANIEL CALLAHAN 2
Morality and the Retributive           3   Frustration: The Mold of Judicial     20
Emotions / J. L. MACKIE                    Philosophy / LESLIE JOHNSON
Learning Police Ethics /              10   Prisoners' Rights / HUGO BEDAU        26
Review Essay                          41   Book Review / Predicting Violence     55
Rethinking Criminal Law / ANTHONY D. WOOZLEY  John Monahan The Clinical Prediction of
Violent Behavior / JAMES WULACH
Bibliographical Essay                 48
Book  otes56
Criminal Harm / BARBARA BAUM LEVENBOOK     Book Notes
Book Review / Prison Life             53   Publications Received                 57
Jack Henry Abbott In the Belly of the Beast /
Conferences                           58   Coming Events                         63
Courses                               60   Prizes                                63
Grants                                62

Editors William C. Heffernan, Timothy Stroup
Managing Editor Stacy K. Puls
Associate Editors Frederick A. Elliston, Lotte Feinberg,
Milton A. Loewenthal, Barbara Raffel Price, James Wulach
Design Betty Binns
Art Director Madeleine Sanchez
Editorial Advisory Board
Hugo A. Bedau Tufts University
Sissela Bok Cambridge, Massachusetts
Daniel Callahan The Hastings Center
Ronald Dworkin University of Oxford and New York University
Law School
Joel Feinberg University of Arizona
George P. Fletcher School of Law, University of California, Los
Judge Lois G. Forer Court of Common Pleas, Philadelphia,

Kent Greenawalt Columbia University School of Law
Philip Heymann Harvard Law School
John Kaplan Stanford University School of Law
Gerald W. Lynch John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Jerome 'Skolnick School of Law, University of California,
Judith Jarvis Thomson Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Benjamin Ward Commissioner of Corrections, City of New York
Richard Wasserstrom University of California, Santa Cruz
Copyright © 1982
Criminal Justice Ethics / ISSN 0731-129X
The Institute for Criminal Justice Ethics / 444 West 56th
Street / New York, NY 10019. The journal is sent without
charge to all members of the Institute for Criminal Justice
Ethics. Information about membership is provided on the
opposite page.

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