- Title Pages
- Part I What Happened in the 1990s?
- 1 The Size and Character of the Crime Decline
- 2 The Environment for Optimism
- Part II The Search for Causes
- 3 The Usual Suspects
- 4 Progeny of the 1990s
- Part III Two New Perspectives
- 5 Which Twin Has the Toni?
- 6 New York City’s Natural Experiment
- Part IV Twenty-First Century Lessons
- 7 What Happens Next?
- 8 Seven Lessons from the 1990s
- Appendix 1 Crime and Abortion Policy in Europe, Canada, and Australia
- Appendix 2 Supplementary Statistics on Crime Trends in Canada during the 1990s
- Appendix 3 Trends for the City of New York and the United States during the 1990s
- Appendix 4 Measuring the Extent of Decline in Selected High-Decline Cities
- The Great American Crime Decline
- Oxford University Press
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