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From the Publisher"Rosenblum's excellent book suggests a different narrative. . . . Exceptionally important for the light it sheds on the question of continuities in modern German history. . . . A fine achievement."
-Journal of European Studies
"An inspiring contribution to the historiography of German criminal and social reform policies."
-German Historical Institute Bulletin
"Challenges the existing literature on turn-of-the-century criminology and interwar welfare reform. . . . A valuable piece of scholarship that offers fresh analyses in a clear and accessible style. . . . A very engaging book."
-American Historical Review
"[Rosenblum's] arguments represent an important challenge to much of the recent historiography of German penology and the welfare state."
-Central European History