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The English and Violence since 1750 (edition 2007)

by Clive Emsley (Author)

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Info:Bloomsbury Academic (2007), 320 pages
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This is a terrible book, almost all useless and boring anecdotes about crimes in England. The one saving grace is the author's suspicion of statistics and his ability to note when crimes were not recorded. But there is no viewpoint and no conclusion. ( )
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Clive Emsley, author of 'The English Police' and 'Gendarmes and the State in Nineteenth-Century Europe', provides an account of the different types of violence - gang, criminal, sexual, ethnic, official, political, police - perpetrated in England since 1750.… (more)

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