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6 Crim. Just. Ethics 1 (1987)

handle is hein.journals/crimjeth6 and id is 1 raw text is: CRIMINAL       JUSTICE
VOLUME 61NUMBER 1

COMMENTARY: Trial by Confession: The Suffolk County Homicide File/
THOMAS J. MAIER AND REX SMITH
ARTICLES

ETHICS
WINTER/SPRING 1987

Marxist Ideology, Communist
Reality, and the Concept of
Criminal Justice / EUGENE KAMENKA
AND ALICE ERH-SOON TAY
The Marxian Critique of Criminal
Justice / JEFFREY REIMAN

Principled Compromise: The
New York State Organized Crime
Control Act / DANIEL L. FELDMAN
3
The Insanity Defense, Innocent
30    Threats, and Limited Alternatives /
FRANCES MYRNA KAMM

IN THE LITERATURE

Review Essay / Sentencing by Sociology
Andrew von Hirsch, Past or Future Crimes:
Deservedness and Dangerousness in the Sentencing
of Criminals / LOIS G. FORER

Editors William C. Heffernan, John Kleinig, Shirley R. Schnitzer
Managing Editor Ann Wendlandt
Associate Editors Jeffrey Blustein, Gertrude Ezorsky, Lotte
Feinberg, Tziporah Kasachkoff, Barry Latzer, Barbara Raffel Price,
Robert G. Price
Art Director Lorraine Mullaney
Circulation Manager Nadiana Espino
Publisher Marie Simonetti Rosen

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 Columbia University School of Law
The Hon. Lois G. Forer Court of Common Pleas, Philadelphia
Kent Greenawalt Columbia University School of Law

Book Note

Copyright © 1987
Criminal Justice Ethics / ISSN 0731-129X
The Institute for Criminal Justice Ethics 1 444 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.

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
Timothy Stroup John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Judith Jarvis Thomson Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Benjamin Ward Police Commissioner, City of New York
Richard Wasserstrom University of California, Santa Cruz

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