Chapter 1: Crime and punishment in the Roman Empire - the rational Romans why did they not conquer crime?
Chapter 2: Crime and punishment 400-1500 - did medieval kings really try to conquer crime?
Part 2.1 The early Middle Ages
Part 2.2 The later Middle Ages
Chapter 3: Protest 1300-1700 - why were protestors treated as rebels and traitors?
Chapter 4: Crime and punishment in Early Modern Britain 1500-1750
Part 4.1 How did changes in society lead to changes in crime?
Part 4.2 Crime punishment and policing under the Bloody Code
Part 4.3 Law enforcement
Chapter 5: Crime and punishment 1750-1900
Part 5.1 Abolition of the Bloody Code
Part 5.2 The revolution in prisons
Part 5.3 The revolution in policing
Chapter 6: Protest from 1700 to the 1920s
Part 6.1 Why were protesters treated so harshly before 1850?
Part 6.2 Why were protesters treated more leniently after 1850?
Chapter 7: Crime and punishment in the twentieth century
Chapter 8: Conclusion: explaining change and continuity in crime and punishment
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