Jerome H. Skolnick, a professor emeritus at the University of California, Berkeley, is co-director of the Center for Research in Crime and Justice at New York University's School of Law.
Race and crime commingle dangerously in the American psyche. Now that crime rates are declining, might color-blind justice finally be achievable?Jerome SkolnickJuly-August 1998
William Bennett, John DiIulio, and John Walters say it's time liberals faced the hard facts about crime. Maybe they should heed their own advice.Jerome SkolnickJanuary-February 1997
Getting tough on crime has always been popular. Now there's also big money in it. Crime policy today is a study in irrational passions and rational interests.Jerome SkolnickMarch-April 1996