The Historical Atlas of American Crime

The Historical Atlas of American Crime

The Historical Atlas of American Crime

Traces the history of crime and punishment from American Colonial times to present day, listing in alphabetical order the states in which the crimes were committed, who committed them and what the punishment was.

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ISBN : 1438129858
Pages : 334 pages
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