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“He had been a freelance illustrator before finding huge fame in the 1960s and provided images for a number of LPs, including a language tutorial, Madrigal's Magic Key To Spanish Volumes 1 and 2, and a bizarre spoken-word anti-crime lecture called The Nation's Nightmare.”
“In the same legislative package, Reagan successfully gained passage of twenty-three other “anti-crime” bills.”
“It is the obligation of the Mexican state to defend our institutions because that is the defence of our sovereignty," María Elena Morera, an anti-crime campaigner, wrote in national daily El Universal.”
“At a meeting with anti-crime groups at which the government presented a data system to track drug-related crimes, Calderón said 2010 had been "a year of extreme violence".”
“In the Contract, the Republicans promised they would implement a balanced-budget amendment, a line-item veto, tougher anti-crime legislation, welfare reform, a tax credit for families with children, reduced federal regulation, enhanced national security, reforms in product liability laws and term limits for congressmen.”
“Twenty years ago, the U.S. Sentencing Commission concluded that mandatory minimums were not the efficient, anti-crime tool their proponents had suggested.”
“The younger Le Pen presents a softer, younger face to the National Front's tough, anti-crime, anti-Europe and anti-immigration platform.”
“This is supposedly an anti-crime measure to fight kidnapping and extortion, but whoa!”
“The program is part of Mayor Booker's progressive anti-crime measures to lower the recidivism rate in the city of Newark and turn these guys into modern family men.”
“Although the perpetrators were white and the incident had nothing to do with race, black and Latino students in inner-city schools increasingly became the target of the anti-crime, anti-violence programs.”
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