“Broken Windows” Challenged By Chicago Crime Study

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Dr. Felton Earls of the Harvard School of Public Health for more than a decade has been running one of the longest and most expensive studies in the history of criminology, notes the New York Times. Earls, 61, argues that the most important influence on a locality’s crime rate is neighbors’ willingness to act for
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