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Running Head; CRIME IS NOT A PROBLEM – LETHAL VIOLENCE IN AMERICA IS 1“crime is not a problem – lethal violence in America is.”NameProfessorInstitutionCourseDate
CRIME IS NOT A PROBLEM – LETHAL VIOLENCE IN AMERICA IS2In this book, Franklin Zimring and Gordon Hawkins try their best in changing the minds of thereaders on how they think about the crime and violence. They modify the way that the readersthink about violence and justice. The writers try to force the reads to distinguish between thejustice and the crimes. Throughout their writings, the writers demonstrate that the crime rates inthe united states can be compared to any other states without the influenced on whether the stateis industrialized or not. The comparison can only be made on lower cases, but when it comes togreater cases, the industrialized nation has the larger number of robberies which cannot becompared to the number of robberies in the United States. London and the New York cities arecomparable since they have the same number of the robberies and those who are doing theburglaries. By correctly making the distinction between the crime and the lethal violence the
CRIME IS NOT A PROBLEM – LETHAL VIOLENCE IN AMERICA IS3authors identify the real ground for the crisis that arises in the society of the United States. Thispaper will seek to analyzed on the statement that “crime is not a problem – lethal violence inAmerica is,”The above term simply describes the degree of the crime rates in the United States. Theexpression is a description on the distinction between the crime and the violence that occurs inthe American territories. The only thing that matters in the crime rates is not its overall analysis