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Der Verbrecher in Anthropologischer Beziehung. by Dr. A. Baer. Leipzig: G. Thieme, 1893. Pp. 456.

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Dr. Baer is the chief medical officer at Plötzensee, a prison which represents the criminal world of Berlin, and from which (as Dr. Baer himself tells us) the prisoner usually emerges to become a confirmed recidivist. There should be much to say about such a criminal world as this, both in anthropological and in many other respects, and the book, therefore, arouses high expectations.

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Der Verbrecher in Anthropologischer Beziehung. by Dr. A. Baer. Leipzig: G. Thieme, 1893. Pp. 456.

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