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Summary of Making Crime Pay: Law and Order in Contemporary American Politics – 1st Edition
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Using a variety of data sources and methods, Beckett shows that politicians have played a leading role in redefining social problems as security issues and, more generally, in attempting to replace social welfare with social control as the principle of state policy. By analyzing the process by which these “solutions” to crime-related problems were (and still are) legitimized and popularized, Beckett reveals the political origins and consequences of this “get-tough” crusade. She also highlights the need for a more inclusive debate regarding crime and its solutions.
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