The Etiology of Government Sanctioned Victimization: Looking at the Virus and Subsequent Strains of the 1950's Red Scare

Babette Protz, Union County Public Schools
Charisse T. Coston, University of North Carolina - Charlotte

Not all victims of crime fit within the confines of standard definitions; individuals against individuals, and/or individuals against society at large. There are also victims who become such through the actions or in actions of the government. Proceedings under the auspices of the government create situations that seemingly stamp null and void across the citizenry's guaranteed Constitutional rights.

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