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By Tracy Andrus

This booklet investigates why humans devote crimes. Dr. Tracy Andrus examines the correlations among poverty, schooling, unemployment, African American Density and crime. This publication and learn establishes the prime origin on which different researcher can construct. A needs to learn for criminologist, lay humans and someone drawn to realizing why humans dedicate crimes within the United States.

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