NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON PRISON LAW

VOLUME 1

SPRING 1974

NUMBER 1

Editor’s Page

ARTICLES

Concepts of Political Prisonerhood
Richard B. Child

Pretrial Confinement in the Military – Rights and Realities
Mark Amsterdam

Who Wants to Be a Warden?
James V. Bennett

NOTE

Prisoners’ Rights to Unrestricted Use of the Mails

RECENT CASES

Gagnon v. Scarpelli: Due Process in Probation/Parole Revocation – A National Anomaly?

Preiser v. Rodriquez: No Restoration of “Good Time” Under § 1983

Johnson v. Glick: § 1983 Damages for Brutality

State v. Chambers: Sex Discrimination in Sentencing

BOOK REVIEW

Herman & Haft: Prisoners’ Rights Sourcebook
Joseph J. Senna

 

VOLUME 1

FALL 1974

NUMBER 2

ARTICLES

Behavior Modification in the Federal Bureau of Prisons
Norman Carlson

Behavior Modification Programs in Federal Prisons: The “Clockwork Orange” Issues
Robert B. Levinson

Behavioral Modification as a Potential Infringement on Prisoners’ Right to Privacy
Jonathan Brant

Behavior Modification in Corrections: Implications for Organizational Change
Frank Petrock & Timothy L. Walter

NOTE

Recent Legislation Prohibiting the Use of Prison Inmates as Subjects in Medical Research

RECENT CASES

Nelson v. Heyne: The Misuse of Tranquilizing Drugs in a Juvenile Correctional Institution Constitutes Cruel and Unusual Punishment

Wilkinson v. Skinner: Money Damages in State Court Action

Knecht v. Gillman: Drawing the Line Between Punishment and Treatment

BOOK REVIEW

Philip J. Hilts: Behavior Mod
Jon Snodgrass