Crime: Its Causes and Remedies by Cesare; translated by Henry P. Horton Lombroso

By Cesare; translated by Henry P. Horton Lombroso

Leather-based certain variation of Cesare Lombroso's CRIME ITS motives AND treatments.

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126 128 130 132 133 135 61. Agriculture and Manufacturing 1 62. Wealth as a Cause of Crime 63. Explanation 64. The Preponderance of Poor Criminals CHAPTER X. RELIGION 138-144 138 65 CHAPTER XI. EDUCATION ILLEGITIMATE CHILDREN 66. Illegitimate Children 67. Orphans 68. Vicious Parentage Education CHAPTER XII. HEREDITY ORPHANS 145-150 145 147 148 151-174 151 70. Statistics of Hereditary* Influence Clinical Proofs 71. Elective Affinities 160 72. Atavistic Heredity in the Juke Family 161 69. " Insanity of Parents 74.

Causes 204. 205. 208. Necessity of Crime 209. The Right to Punish . 365-384 365 365 369 373 373 375 376 376 376 377 379 II. PENALTIES ACCORDING TO CRIMINAL ANTHROPOLOGY FINES PROBATION SYSTEM INSTITUTIONS INSANE ASYLUMS 385-405 FOR THE INCORRIGIBLE CAPITAL PUNISHMENT CHAPTER 210 211. Penalties other than Imprisonment 212. 213. Corporal Punishment Fines 214. Indemnity 215. Reprimand and Security Probation System Conditional Sentence The Reformatory at Elmira Asylums for the Criminal Insane 216. 217.

These directly preventive measures, it is true, do not always Since it is a need of cerebral stimulation that leads men to drink, and since this need grows with the progress of civilization, it is necessary to get at the root of the evil, and satisfy this need by means less dangerous than drink, such as suffice. shows, coffee-rooms, etc. But here another difficulty arises; namely, that nearly all the physical and moral causes of crime present a double aspect, often contradictory. Thus there are crimes which are favored by density of population, like rebellion; and others, like brigandage and homicide, which are occasioned by sparseness of population.

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