"Villainy Detected!" Crime and Consequences in Britain and America in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
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[External Resource] The Dangerous classes of New York and twenty years' work among them

URL: http://books.google.com/books?id=GNcGj8lpWSMC&pg=PPP16
Title: [External Resource] The Dangerous classes of New York and twenty years' work among them
Creator: Brace, Charles Loring
Description: Brace describes several causes of crime in New York including weak marriages, overcrowding and intemperance and identifies different groups among the poor within the city. He addresses the causes of juvenile pauperism and crime specifically and attributes the success of his Children's Aid Society to its focus on teaching self-help and industriousness.
Type: Book
Publisher: New York: Wynkoop & Hallenbeck
Date: 1872
Contributor: Google
 

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