Laboring Classes and Dangerous Classes in Paris During the First Half of the Nineteenth Century
by Chevalier, Louis
New York: Howard Fertig, 1973. Hardcover. Very clean/tight text block and covers; dj in Mylar cover; but art school ex-lib. with ALL usual marks, including stamps on page 3 edgings.. Dark navy cloth/boards. Gilt lettering. Grey dj with blue lettering; Mylar cover. viii + 505 pp. with very occasional tables/charts. Written in 3 books, with a general introduction - The Theme of Crime: Its Importance and Implications; Crime, the Expressions of a Pathological State: Its Causes; and Crime, the Expression of a Pathological State: Its Effects. Each section contains many chapters. With a general conclusion on The Biological Bases of Social History.
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