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5 Crim. Just. Ethics 1 (1986)

handle is hein.journals/crimjeth5 and id is 1 raw text is: CRIMINAL  JUSTICE


VOLUME 5/NUMBER 1                                                              WINTER/SPRING 1986
COMMENTARY: Judicial Supervision of Institutional Reform / MORRIS E. LASKER                2
Joel Feinberg's Harm to Others
Criminally Harming Others /                     Harm to Others-A Rejoinder I
JOHN KLEINIG                               3    JOEL FEINBERG                             16
The Moral Foundations of
Decriminalization / DAVID A. J. RICHARDS  11
Pursuing Justice in a Free Society:             Constructing a Theory of Impossible
Part Two-Crime Prevention and                   Attempts / GEORGE P. FLETCHER             53
the Legal Order / RANDY E. BARNETT        30
Review Essay / A Fierce Blindness        69     Publications Received                    80
Kenneth Mann, Defending White Collar
Crime: A Portrait of Attorneys at Work /
Announcements                            80

Editors William C. Heffernan, Shirley R. Schnitzer
Managing Editors Claudia M. Grimm, Ann Wendlandt
Associate Editors Jeffrey Blustein, Rogers Brubaker, Frederick
A. Elliston, Lotte Feinberg, Barry Latzer, Barbara Raffel Price,
Robert G. Price
Production Editor Bert N. Zelman
Art Director Lorraine Mullaney
Business Manager Maribel Perez
Publisher Marie Simonetti Rosen

Copyright © 1986
Criminal Justice Ethics / ISSN 0731-129X
The Institute for Criminal Justice Ethics / 444 West 56th Street I
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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