NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON PRISON LAW

VOLUME 7

WINTER 1981

NUMBER 1

ARTICLES

The Foundation of Modern Penal Practice: A Symposium Compiled by
William Banks Taylor

A Foreword
William Banks Taylor

Cesare Beccaria and the Theoretical Foundation of Modern Penal Jurisprudence
Francis Edward Devine

The Emergence of the Penitentiary Concept in Great Britain
Williams Banks Taylor & Ruby E. Cooley

Anglo-American Penology in Transition: The Triumph of the Separate System
Ruby E. Cooley & Williams Banks Taylor

The Separate System Under Fire: Alexander Maconochie and Prospective Penal Discipline
William Banks Taylor

Sir Walter Crofton and the Irish or Intermediate System of Prison Discipline
Elizabeth Eileen Dooley

The Debate on Penal Goals: Carnavon, Gladstone, and the Harnessing of Nineteenth Century “Truths,” 1865-1895
E. Brown Hannum

CASE COMMENT

United States v. Henry: Constitutional Limitations on the Use of Government Informants Once Criminal Proceedings Have Commenced
Frank Scarpaci, Jr.

NOTE

Noble Holding as Empty Promises: Minimum Due Process at Prison Disciplinary Hearings
Terrence J. Fleming

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

BOOK REVIEWS

Corrections: An Issues Approach
Dragan Milovanovic

The Gulag Archipelago 1918-1956: An Experiment in Literary Investigation, Volume III
Ira P. Robbins

Offender Assessment – A Casebook in Corrections
Andrew R. Klein

BOOK ABSTRACTS

Memoirs of American Prisons: An Annotated Bibliography

The Question of Capital Punishment

BOOKS RECEIVED

 

VOLUME 7

SUMMER 1981

NUMBER 2

ARTICLE

Prisoners, the Law, and Public Policy: Planning for Legal Aid
Geoffrey P. Alpert & C. Ronald Huff

NOTE

Prisoners’ Constitutional Right to Medical Treatment: A Right Without Substance?
Carlene Gatting Carrabba

CASE COMMENTS

Rosado v. Civiletti: The Mexican Transfer Treaty – Trick or Treat?
Per Hardy

Flanagan v. Watson et al.: Massachusetts State Death Penalty Statute Held Unconstitutional – Legal Decision or Moral Choice of the Justices?
David Michael Hodge

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

BOOK REVIEWS

Prison Sexual Violence
Lee H. Bowker

Conscience and Convenience
Wilbert Rideau & Billy Sinclair

Criminal Detainers
David Rapaport

In Defense of Whom? A Critique of Criminal Justice Reform
Robert F. Meier

Salvation Through the Gutters
Eugene Templeton

Prisons in Turmoil
Graeme R. Newman

BOOKS RECEIVED