John hagan shows that the stories of street crime and white collar crime are not separate but interwoven he also closely ties together the histories of politics policymaking criminal justice practice and criminological thought. The classical explanations of crime reflected in many ways the progressive politics of this era in contrast to the more conservative politics of the age of reagan my dating of the eras of roosevelt and reagan includes preludes and postludes and this categorization admittedly involves risks of overgeneralization. Argues that the recent history of american criminal justice can be divided into two eras the age of roosevelt roughly 1933 to 1973 and the age of reagan 1974 to 2008 in this book the author states that the time for moving beyond reagan era crime policies is long overdue. John hagan argues that the recent history of american criminal justice can be divided into two eras the age of roosevelt roughly 1933 to 1973 and the age of reagan 1974 to 2008 a focus on rehabilitation corporate regulation and the social roots of crime in the earlier period was dramatically reversed in the later era in the age of reagan the focus shifted to the harsh treatment of . The politics of crime policy from the age of roosevelt to the age of reagan john hagan on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers how did the united states go from being a country that tries to rehabilitate street criminals and prevent white collar crime to one that harshly punishes common lawbreakers while at the same time encouraging corporate crime through a massive deregulation
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