In a book of compelling power and vision, Newman brings the heated debate over the control of crime back to where it belongs: the nature of punishment. And he argues that the crucial question we must ask is what kind of punishment, rather than how much of it, fits the crime. Although talking of corporal punishment without conjuring visions of torture is not easy; Newman makes his case persuasively.
Just and Painful
Willow Tree Press
A Case for the Corporal Punishment of Criminals
Education & Reference