Political Crime in Europe
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Political Crime in Europe

A Comparative Study of France, Germany, and England

Barton L. Ingraham

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Political Crime in Europe

A Comparative Study of France, Germany, and England

Barton L. Ingraham

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Inhaltsverzeichnis

  1. Cover
  2. Title
  3. Copyright
  4. Contents 1
  5. Preface
  6. Acknowledgments
  7. CHAPTER 1
  8. The Positivist Definition of Crime
  9. The Repressive Response
  10. Functions of Criminal Law
  11. Analytical Definition of “Crime”
  12. CHAPTER 2
  13. Political Crimes in Western Civilization—Nature of the Offense
  14. Why Acts of Betrayal and Acts Challenging or Hindering Political Authority in the Past Have Been Regarded as Crimes
  15. The Preventive Aspects of Laws Dealing with Political Crime
  16. The Switch from Prevention through Repression to Prevention by Regulation
  17. Conclusion
  18. section one: Prologue CHAPTER 3
  19. The Monarch as the Object of Protection versus the State as the Object of Protection
  20. The Enlightenment and the Doctrines of Liberalism
  21. France
  22. Germany
  23. Great Britain
  24. Conclusion
  25. section two: The French Revolution and the Period of Reaction (1789-1830)
  26. CHAPTER 4 France (1789-1830) The French Revolution, 1789-1795:
  27. The Napoleonic Period, 1799-1814
  28. The Restoration of the Monarchy and Its Problems in an Age of Revolution, 1815-1830
  29. Francois Guizot—The Liberal View of Political Crime
  30. Summary
  31. CHAPTER 5 Germany (1789-1830) Counterrevolutionary Laws of the 1790s
  32. Revolutionary Activity and Measures Adopted to Maintain the Status Quo
  33. Treatment of Political Crime in the Bavarian Penal Code of 16 May 1813
  34. Legal and Philosophical Views Concerning Political Crime
  35. Summary
  36. CHAPTER 6
  37. Measures Taken to Immunize England from the Effects of the French Revolution, 1790-1800
  38. Postwar Repression of Early Labor Riots and Rebellions, 1816-1820
  39. The Growth of Liberalism in the Decade Preceding the Passage of the Reform Bill of 1832
  40. Trials for Treason, Sedition, and Other Political Crimes, 1792-1831
  41. The Liberalism of Jeremy Bentham
  42. Summary
  43. SECTION three: /4 Time of Ferment (1830-1851): Springtime of the Policy of Leniency
  44. CHAPTER 7
  45. Reforms in the Law on Political and Press Crimes
  46. The Law of 28 April 1832 and the Lenient Penal Treatment of Political Offenders
  47. The Testing of These Laws
  48. The Second Republic (1848-1851)—Return to Repression
  49. CHAPTER 8
  50. The Disturbances Triggered by the July Revolution of 1830 and the Second Wave of Repression
  51. The Penal Code Revisions of Wiirttemberg, Hesse, Baden, Nassau, Saxony, and the Thuringian States
  52. The Penal Code of the Prussian States, 14 April 1851
  53. The 1848 Revolution and Its Aftermath
  54. CHAPTER 9 Great Britain (1830-1848) Period of Ferment, 1830-1848
  55. Legal Developments
  56. The Policy of Leniency
  57. Summary
  58. section four: A Time of Consolidation (1852-1914): The Summer of the Policy of Leniency
  59. CHAPTER 10
  60. Louis Napoleon and the Second Empire (1851-1870)
  61. The Third Republic until the First World War (1870-1914)
  62. CHAPTER 11
  63. The Nature of the System Established by Bismarck
  64. The German Penal Code of 15 May 1871
  65. Subsequent Legislation and Political Repression
  66. Summary
  67. CHAPTER 12
  68. The Period of Quiescence, 1849-1905
  69. Political Crime in Ireland, 1858-1891, and Measures Taken for Its Suppression
  70. Aliens, Anarchists, and Extradition
  71. Further Developments in the Law of Sedition
  72. The Policy of Leniency—Continued
  73. The Last Days of Liberalism: 1906-1914
  74. Summary
  75. SECTION FIVE: Political Crime in an Age of Ideology (1914-1970): The Autumn and Withering of the Policy of Leniency
  76. Major Changes in the Twentieth Century and Contributing Causes
  77. Positivism and Political Crime: The Early Positivists (Lombroso, Ferri, and Garofalo)
  78. Fascism and Political Crime
  79. Decline of Positivism
  80. CHAPTER 13 France (1914-1970) The Third Republic and the Interbellum Years, 1918-1939
  81. The Fourth and Fifth Republics, 1945-1970
  82. CHAPTER 14 Germany (1914-1970) The Weimar Republic, 1919-1933
  83. Control of Political Crime in Nazi Germany, 1933-1945
  84. The Federal Republic of (West) Germany, 1949-197067
  85. Summary
  86. CHAPTER 15 Great Britain (1914-1970)
  87. War and Postwar Emergency Legislation
  88. Control of Speech and Press Offenses, Public Meetings, and Demonstrations of a Violent or Seditious Nature
  89. Decline of the Policy of Leniency toward Political Offenders
  90. Summary
  91. CHAPTER 16
  92. Review
  93. “Lessons”
  94. Conclusion
  95. APPENDIX A
  96. — APPENDIX B
  97. Bibliography
  98. Table of Statutes Cited
  99. Index