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ALSCHULER, ALBERT W., and SCHULHOFER, STEPHEN J. "Antiquated Procedures or Bedrock Rights? A Response to Professors Meares and Kahan." University of Chicago Legal Forum (1998): 215–244.

American Law Institute. Model Penal Code and Commentaries: Official Draft and Revised Comments. 3 vols. Philadelphia: ALI, 1980.

FEELEY, MALCOLM M. Court Reform on Trial. New York: Basic Books, 1983.

FOOTE, CALEB. "Vagrancy-Type Law and Its Administration." University of Pennsylvania Law Review 104 (1956): 603–650.

FORCE, ROBERT. "Decriminalization of Breach of the Peace Statutes: A Nonpenal Approach to Order Maintenance." Tulane Law Review 46 (1972): 367–435.

HASCOURT, BERNARD E. "Reflecting on the Subject: A Critique of the Social Influence Conception of Deterrence, the Broken Window Theory, and Order-Maintenance Policy New York Style."Michigan Law Review 97 (1998): 291–389.

JEFFRIES, JOHN CALVIN, JR. "Legality, Vagueness, and the Construction of Penal Statutes" Virginia Law Review 71 (1985): 189–245.

KAHAN, DAN M., and MEARES, TRACEY L. "Foreword: The Coming Crisis of Criminal Procedure." Georgetown Law Journal 86 (1998): 1153–1184.

KELLING, GEORGE L., and MOORE, MARK H. "From Political to Reform to Community: The Evolving Strategy of Police." In Community Policing: Rhetoric or Reality. Edited by Jack R. Greene and Stephen D. Mastrofski. New York: Praeger, 1988. Pages 3–25.

KENNEDY, RANDALL. Race, Crime, and the Law. New York: Pantheon Books, 1997.

LACEY, FORREST W. "Vagrancy and Other Crimes of Personal Condition." Harvard Law Review 66 (1953): 1203–1226.

LIVINGSTON, DEBRA. "Police Discretion and the Quality of Life in Public Places: Courts, Communities, and the New Policing." Columbia Law Review 97 (1997): 551–672.

——. "Gang Loitering, the Court, and Some Realism about Police Patrol." Supreme Court Review (1999): 141–202.

MEARES, TRACEY L., and KAHAN, DAN M. "The Wages of Antiquated Procedural Thinking: A Critique of Chicago v. Morales." University of Chicago Legal Forum (1998): 197–214.

——. "Black, White, and Gray: A Reply to Alschuler and Schulhofer." University of Chicago Legal Forum (1998): 245–259.

MOORE, MARK HARRISON. "Problem-solving and Community Policing." In Modern Policing. Edited by Michael Tonry and Norval Morris. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1992. Pages 99–158.

Note. "The Vagrancy Concept Reconsidered: Problems and Abuses of Status Criminality." New York University Law Review 37 (1962): 102–136.

PERKINS, ROLLIN M. "The Vagrancy Concept." Hastings Law Journal 9 (1958): 237–261.

RUEFLE, WILLIAM, and REYNOLDS, KENNETH MIKE. "Curfews and Delinquency in Major American Cities." Crime and Delinquency 41 (1995): 347–363.

SHERRY, ARTHUR H. "Vagrants, Rogues, and Vagabonds: Old Concepts in Need of Revision." California Law Review 48 (1960): 557–573.

WILSON, JAMES Q., and KELLING, GEORGE L. "Broken Windows." In Critical Issues in Policing. Edited by Roger G. Dunham and Geoffrey P. Alpert. Prospect Heights, Ill.: Waveland Press, 1993. A reprint of the original article that appeared in the March 1982 issue of Atlantic Monthly.

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