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Letters, Aug. 1, 1977

Young Criminals To the Editors: Your picture of juvenile delinquency in today's society [July 11] is shocking and depressing. But as one of the thousands of...

THE YOUTH CRIME PLAGUE

Chicago. Johnny, 16, who had a long record of arrests for disorderly conduct, simple battery and aggravated assault, lured a motorist into an alley. He drew a...

Can Britain Save Its Wayward Youth?

Purpose-built for the poor, the tenement block has never seen good days, but someone once cared enough to decorate its narrow hall with a print of a wide-eyed...

Dead-End Kids

After Japan's bubble economy burst, youth crime surged, brutal schoolyard beatings became frequent and teenage prostitution evolved into a regular part of urban...

Law: A Bit Wild in the Big City

Youth crime grows, as booze spreads and Babushka recedes Mark Kasakevich, 19, a Soviet emigrant to the U.S., has a haunting recollection of his old life in...

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