Why Is U.S. Violent Crime Declining? (Part 2): Jeffrey GoldbergJeffrey Goldberg
Feb. 16 (Bloomberg) -- In the mid-1990s, even as crime rates across the U.S. were falling, a group of prominent criminologists and sociologists came along with the intention of scaring the hell out of us.
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