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Political Crime in Contemporary America: A Critical Approach
(1993)
  • Kenneth D. Tunnell, Eastern Kentucky University
Abstract

Nine essays explore not only politically motivated crimes against the state, but also harmful acts committed by the government, a category usually omitted in discussions of political crime. Among the topics are social relationships that can be considered criminal but are legal, debunking the "pro-life" agenda, the role of the state in violence against women, and hate crimes and the far right.

Keywords
  • Political crimes and offenses,
  • political crimes
Disciplines
Publication Date
1993
Publisher
Taylor & Francis
Series
Current Issues in Criminal Justice
ISBN
9780815309284
Citation Information
Kenneth D. Tunnell. Political Crime in Contemporary America: A Critical Approach. New York, New York(1993)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/ken_tunnell/5/