The Danish criminal justice system is an unusual example of public policy development that is not only rooted in cautious national and local political self-interest, but also embraces a number of basic humanistic values which affirm the inherent dignity and worth of all human life. As Americans strive to create a more rational and humane system of justice for our people, we must not only examine the policies of other progressive nations but of equal importance we must re-examine our own values of freedom, liberty, and resistance to oppression which are so deeply rooted in our Nation's history..
|Original language||English (US)|
|Number of pages||5|
|State||Published - Jan 1 1980|