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From the PublisherA highly readable, lively, and accessible work.
American Journal of Legal History
A rich narrative work that is attentive to issues of gender, ethnicity, race, and class.
Journal of Social History
A book that could, and should, be read by the beginner and the expert in a variety of fields.
As we think freshly about juvenile justice and social policy, this book should be most welcome.
Linda K. Kerber, coeditor of U.S. History as Women's History: New Feminist Essays