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The Story of Crime: From the Cradle to the Grave

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The Story of Crime: From the Cradle to the Grave
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Publisher: T. Werner Laurie
Number of pages: 462

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I set myself the task of studying crime and prison life in all its phases. Not merely to accept hearsay evidence, but to see and hear with my own eyes and ears all that was significant on the subject that I could. Therefore, wherever anything was to be learned concerning crime I there prosecuted my inquiries and observed for myself what transpired.

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