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Home Browse Books Book details, The Origins and Development of Federal Crime. The Origins and Development of Federal Crime Control Policy: Herbert Hoover's Initiatives. Calder's book is the only one to deal with the Hoover initiatives to organize and direct the first systematic federal crime studies and to reorganize federal law enforcement, judicial, and correctional agencies. As president, Hoover inherited a loosely defined and unsystematized collection of federal agencies, but he asserted a new policy of reform of the justice system.

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Start by marking The Origins and Development of Federal Crime Control Policy: Herbert Hoover's Initiatives as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Calder examines Hoover's background and affinity for justice system reform, the campaign trail and crime control issues of 1928 and 1929, intellectual and practitioner resources, the Wickersham Commission, and the reforms of the federal law enforcement, court, and prison systems. Drawing upon extensive primary source collections, this book provides a thorough examination of the Hoover initiatives and assesses their impact on later federal policy.

Book 1 in The Life of Herbert Hoover Series. Herbert Hoover–A Bibliography: His Writings and Addresses. Herbert Hoover in the White House: The Ordeal of the Presidency. Calder, James D. The Origins and Development of Federal Crime Control Policy: Herbert Hoover's Initiatives Praeger, 1993. Carcasson, Martin (Spring 1998). Herbert Hoover and the Presidential Campaign of 1932: The Failure of Apologia". Presidential Studies Quarterly.

Calder, J. D. (1993). The origins and development of federal crime control policy: Herbert Hoover’s initiatives. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers. Reflections on the nationalization of crime, 1964–1968. Ceaser, J. Thurow, G. Tulis, . & Bessette, J. M. (1981). The rise of the rhetorical presidency. Presidential Studies Quarterly, 11, 158–171.

book by James D. Calder. Beginning with the first words in his inaugural address, Hoover informed the public that a high priority of his administration would be to insist upon reorganization, qualitative improvement, new efficiencies, and formal study of justice system organizations in the federal system.

For a history of anti-crime legislation prior to 1960 see Calder, James . The Origins and Development of Federal Crime Control Policy: Herbert Hoover's Initiatives (Westport, CT: Praeger, 1993). Indeed, many national leaders and presidents employed the crime issue before Goldwater and Nixon, including Teddy Roosevelt, Joseph McCarthy, and Estes Kefauver. However, none of these campaigns resulted in a sustained national program on crime.

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Columbus, Ohio, 1972); James D. Calder, The Origins and Development of Federal Crime Control Policy: Herbert Hoover's Initiatives (Westport, Conn. 1993); George H. Nash, Herbert Hoover and Stanford University (Stanford, Calif

Columbus, Ohio, 1972); James D. Nash, Herbert Hoover and Stanford University (Stanford, Calif. 1988); and Allan J. Lichtman, Prejudice and the Old Politics: The Presidential Election of 1928 (Chapel Hill, .

This is the first comprehensive account of President Herbert Hoover's policies to reform federal criminal justice administration. Beginning with the first words in his inaugural address, Hoover informed the public that a high priority of his administration would be to insist upon reorganization, qualitative improvement, new efficiencies, and formal study of justice system organizations in the federal system. Calder examines Hoover's background and affinity for justice system reform, the campaign trail and crime control issues of 1928 and 1929, intellectual and practitioner resources, the Wickersham Commission, and the reforms of the federal law enforcement, court, and prison systems.

Drawing upon extensive primary source collections, this book provides a thorough examination of the Hoover initiatives and assesses their impact on later federal policy. It will be of considerable interest to political scientists, social historians, and those involved in criminal justice programs.

The Origins and Development of Federal Crime Control Policy: Herbert Hoover's Initiatives ebook
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James D. Calder
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