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12 Crim. Just. Ethics 1 (1993)

handle is hein.journals/crimjeth12 and id is 1 raw text is: CRIMINAL JUSTICE

VOLUME 12 / NUMBER 1                                                       WINTER/SPRING 1993
COMMENTARY: Order: The Real Infrastructure Issue  /  MICHAEL BLOCK & STEVE TWIST      2
Shame, Forgiveness, and Juvenile             Why the Deterrence Argument for
Justice  /                                    Capital Punishment Fails /
DAVID B. MOORE                          3    ERIC REITAN                             26
Editor's Introduction  /               34     Fletcher on Loyalty and Universal
Loyalties, and Why Loyalty Should             Morality  /
be Ignored  /                                 STEPHEN NATHANSON                      56
R.E. EWIN                              36     Loyalty and Identity: Reflections on
The Ethics of Parts and Wholes /              and About a Theme in Fletcher's
ANDREW OLDENQUIST                       43    Loyalty  /
A Question of Loyalty  /                      HAIM MARANTZ                           63
NEIL RICHARDS                           48    The Commonality of Loyalty
and Tolerance /
GEORGE P. FLETCHER                      68
Review Essay / Regulating Death              Publications Received                   79
Carlos Gomez Regulating Death /              Announcement                            80
NORMAN L. CANTOR                        71
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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