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A Pioneer in Criminology: Notes on the Work of James Bruce Thomson, of Perth. (Trans. Perthshire Soc. of Natural Science, vol. v, Pt. 4, Dec, 1912.) Lyell, J. H.

  • J. R. Lord
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(1) “It seems to be generally accepted,” says Dr. Quinton in his book on Crime and Criminals (1910), “that a person who deliberately adopts crime as his profession, and earns his living by it, is to all intents and purposes a moral incurable, whom the criminal law cannot either reform or deter from crime” (p. 75).

(2) Archives d'Anthropologie Criminelle, 1905.

(1) Also given as Presidential Address to Perth Branch British Medical Association, November 11th, 1910.

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A Pioneer in Criminology: Notes on the Work of James Bruce Thomson, of Perth. (Trans. Perthshire Soc. of Natural Science, vol. v, Pt. 4, Dec, 1912.) Lyell, J. H.

  • J. R. Lord
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