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"That this is an impressive volume is due in large part to the stature of the contributors and the importance of their chosen topic.... The result is a valuable and original set of essays that will be enjoyed by students and scholars alike."
—Journal of Law and Politics
"This book is a testament to the failure of Reason (specifically criminology) to hold back the tide of repression, violence, and craziness unleashed by the state against marginal groups. It is also a tribute to Sheldon Messinger, who fought against this tide."
—David Tait, Contemporary Sociology