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Max G. Schlapp Archives
Max G. Schlapp • 2 Items / 1 Book, 1 Article
The New Criminology (1928)
A Consideration of the Chemical Causation of Abnormal Behavior
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    Pseudo-Science (Review)
    The New Criminology, by Max G. Schlapp and Edward H. Smith
    1. The New Criminology by Max G. Schlapp and Edward H. Smith
    The American Mercury, July 1928, pp. 381-382
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    Crime and Its Cause (Review)
    The New Criminology, by Max G. Schlapp and Edward H. Smith
    1. The New Criminology by Max G. Schlapp and Edward H. Smith
    The Saturday Review, October 27, 1928, pp. 298-299
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    A Shelf of Recent Books (2 Reviews)
    Fewer Criminals
    1. The New Criminology by Max G. Schlapp and Edward H. Smith
    2. The Criminal and His Allies by Marcus A. Kavanagh
    The Bookman, August 1928, p. 700
  4. Books
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    The Status of Crime (3 Reviews)
    The Repression of Crime, by Harry Elmer Barnes
    1. The Repression of Crime by Harry Elmer Barnes
    2. The New Criminology by Max G. Schlapp and Edward H. Smith
    3. The Criminal and His Allies by Marcus A. Kavanagh
    Commonweal, October 10, 1928, p. 580
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    The Criminal and His World (4 Reviews)
    Celebrated Trials, and Remarkable Cases of Criminal Jurisprudence, by George Henry Borr...
    1. Celebrated Trials, and Remarkable Cases of Criminal Jurisprudence by George Henry Borrow and Edward Hale Bierstadt, ...
    2. The Criminal and His Allies by Marcus A. Kavanagh
    3. The Elements of Crime by Boris Brasol
    4. The New Criminology by Max G. Schlapp and Edward H. Smith
    The New Republic, October 10, 1928, pp. 217-218
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    Picked at Random (5 Reviews)
    But---Gentlemen Marry Brunettes, by Anita Loos
    1. But---Gentlemen Marry Brunettes by Anita Loos
    2. Shorn! by Robert Grant
    3. Jay Gould: The Story of a Fortune by Robert Irving Warshow
    4. The New Criminology by Max G. Schlapp and Edward H. Smith
    5. Sunset Gun by Dorothy Parker
    The Outlook, June 6, 1928, p. 238