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Goodbye to P4W: After 66 years,
the country's notorious Prison for Women finally
closes its doors forever. RAE CORELLI. Maclean's
July 10, 2000 p21
The Lessons of Cain: Warden Burl Cain has his
own system for managing inmates who will never
go home. (The Pulse of America/Reform/Angola,
La.)(Brief Article) Joel Stein. Time
July 10, 2000 v156 i2 p84+
The Chief and His Ward: Too often, when the
mentally ill have no place to go, they go to
jail. (The Pulse of America/Reform/Natchez,
Miss.) Timothy Roche. Time July 10, 2000
v156 i2 p82+
Court upholds spanking law.
(Ontario Supreme Court)(Brief Article) Maclean's
July 17, 2000 p23
Abortion: Ruling Without Mercy. (Brief Article)
National Review July 17, 2000 v52 i13
Gays and the boy scouts. (U.S. Supreme Court
overrules New Jersey Court decision that the
Scouts wrongfully dismissed James Dale)(Brief
Article) Maclean's July 10, 2000 p37
The Supreme Question: Abortion, gays, prayer,
parochial schools, criminal rights--in one close
call after another, the high court's dramatic
rulings altered the landscape. Inside a divided
court, and how the next president will shape
it. (National Affairs)(Brief Article) Newsweek
July 10, 2000 p18
A Turning Point for the Court. (Choice of next
Supreme Court Justice considered.)(Brief Article)
Newsweek July 10, 2000 p22
Electing the Supreme Court: Think this is about
choosing a President? Think again. (Nation)(Brief
Article) Eric Pooley. Time July 10, 2000
v156 i2 p38
Praise the Lord and Pass the Football: What
the Supreme Court doesn't know about playing
to win in Texas. (Brief Article) Ben Marcus.
Time July 10, 2000 v156 i2 p120
Supreme Court Ruling Continues Private School
Computer Access. Education Technology News
July 5, 2000 v17 i14 pNA
Fighting crime with DNA. (RCMP
unveils national DNA data bank)(Brief Article)
Maclean's July 17, 2000 p23
Be A Cop. Write Your Own Ticket: With officers
in short supply, recruiters hit the highway.
(Law)(Brief Article) Time July 17, 2000
v156 i3 p48
King of the Drugbusters" >: Andrew Chambers
was the DEA's secret weapon against hundreds
of big-time dealers and buyers until his own
brushes with the law got in the way" >.
(CRIME" >)(Nation) Andrew Murr. Newsweek
July 3, 2000 p28
A case study in policing for profit. David E.
Kaplan. U.S. News & World Report
July 10, 2000 v129 i2 p22
HONG KONG. (the need to guard
against computer crimes)(Brief Article) World
Press Review July 2000 v47 i7 p4
MANILA. ('Love Bug' virus)(Brief Article) Adrian
E. Cristobal. World Press Review July
2000 v47 i7 p4
Race, Death and the Feds"
: A war over the first federal execution since
JFK's time. (Capital Punishment)(Nation)(Brief
Article) Michael Isikoff. Newsweek July
3, 2000 p30
A Reckoning On Death Row: You don't have to
be soft on crime to see we're killing people
without being sure they're guilty. (Between
the Lines)(Nation)(Brief Article) Jonathan Alter.
Newsweek July 3, 2000 p31
Where The Market Fails. (Louisiana's
juvenile correction system)(Brief Article) Nadya
Labi. Time July 10, 2000 v156 i2 p84