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2 Crim. Just. Ethics 1 (1983)

handle is hein.journals/crimjeth2 and id is 1 raw text is: CRIMINAL  JUSTICE  ETHICS

VOLUME 2/NUMBER 1

WINTER/SPRING 1983

COMMENTARY: Defending the Indigent in Capital Cases / TOM WICKER 2
SYMPOSIUM

Predicting Dangerousness 3

TED HONDERICH, Moderator
ANTHONY BOTTOMS

JEAN FLOUD
LARRY GOSTIN

JOHN GUNN
LORD EDMUND-DAVIES

LAURIE TAYLOR
NIGEL WALKER

ARTICLES

Judicial Decisions and Judicial Opinions:
Relations Between Law, Justice, and
Morality / MARCUS G. SINGER
Punishment and Societal Defense/
PHILLIP MONTAGUE

Punishment as Restitution: The Rights of
the Community / MARGARET R. HOLMGREN

IN  THE LITERATURE

Review Essay / Criminal Welfare on Trial

50     Biblioaraphical Essav

Digby Anderson, ed. Criminal Welfare on Trial /
ANTONY FLEW
Review Essay / Juvenile Justice               55
Peter S. Prescott The Child Savers / STEPHEN WIZNER
NEWS AN

The Hart-Devlin Debate / CARL F. CRANOR
Publications Received                        66
D NOTES

67     Courses

Editors William C. Heffernan, Timothy Stroup
Managing Editor Margaret Doyle
Associate Editors Rogers Brubaker, Frederick A. Elliston, Lotte
Feinberg, Barry Latzer, Barbara Raffel Price, Shirley Schnitzer
Production Editor Bert N. Zelman
Art Director Betty Binns
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 Angeles
The Hon. Lois G. Forer Court of Common Pleas, Philadelphia, Penn-
sylvania

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, Berkeley
Judith Jarvis Thomson Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Benjamin Ward Commissioner of Corrections, City of New York
Richard Wasserstrom University of California, Santa Cruz

Copyright © 1983
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 mem-
bers of the Institute for Criminal Justice Ethics. Information about
membership is provided on the opposite page.

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