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11 Crim. Just. Ethics 1 (1992)

handle is hein.journals/crimjeth11 and id is 1 raw text is: CRIMINAL JUSTICE ETHICS
VOLUME 11 / NUMBER I                                                                WINTER/SPRING 1992
COMMENTARY: The Lex Talionis Before and After Criminal Law
ERNEST VAN DEN HAAG                                                                              2
The Ethics of Deceptive Interrogation     /        Can Penal Rehabilitationism
JEROME H. SKOLNICK AND RICHARD A. LEO        3     be Revived?    /
Under-the-Covers Undercover Investi-               ANDREW VON HIRSCH AND LISA MAHER             25
gations: Some Reflections on the                   Donald Davidson and Section 2.01
State's Use of Deception   /                       of the Model Penal Code    /
GARY T. MARX                                13     JAMES W. CHILD                               31
Review Essay / Privatizing or Civilizing           Review Essay   / Retributivism and its
Public Spaces?                                     Rivals
Richard Neely Take Back Your Neighborhood  /       Igor Primoratz  Justifying Legal Punishment /
MARK H. MOORE                               44     DAVID HOEKEMA                                58
Review Essay / Empowering and Restraining
the Police: How to Accomplish Both                 Publications Received                        62
Howard Cohen and Michael Feldberg
Power and Restraint: The Moral Dimension of        Announcement                                 63
Police Work  / JAMES F. DOYLE                52
Editors William C. Heffernan, John Kleinig, Shirley R.  Copyright © 1992
Schnitzer                                          Criminal Justice Ethics / ISSN 0731-129X
Managing Editor Yurong Zhang                       The Institute for Criminal Justice Ethics /
Associate Editors Jeffrey Blustein, Robert Bonn, Joshua  899 Tenth Avenue / New York NY 10019. The journal is sent
Dressler, Gertrude Ezorsky, Douglas N. Husak, Tziporah  without charge to all members of the Institute for Criminal
Kasachkoff, Barbara Raffel Price, Robert G. Price  Justice Ethics. Information about membership is provided
Circulation Managers Steven Chan, Margaret Smith, Clave  on the inside cover.
Published by the Institute for Criminal Justice Ethics in association with the Department of Law, Police Science and
Criminal Justice Administration, John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

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