An inventory of surveys of the public on crime, justice and related topics by National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice.

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Statementby Albert D. Biderman [and others]
SeriesPR 72-16
ContributionsBiderman, Albert David, 1923-
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LC ClassificationsHV6789 N37
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Pagination[various pagings]
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