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Causes Of Crime Quotes By Rutherford B. Hayes

Crimes increase as education, opportunity, and property decrease. Whatever spreads ignorance, poverty and, discontent causes crime ... Criminals have their own responsibility, their own share of guilt, but they are merely the hand ... Whoever interferes with equal rights and equal opportunities is in somereal degree, responsible for the crimes committed in the community. — Rutherford B. Hayes

Causes Of Crime Quotes By Jesse Ventura

The prohibition of drugs causes crime. You don't have to legalize, just decriminalize it. — Jesse Ventura

Causes Of Crime Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi

Every murder or other injury, no matter for what cause, committed or inflicted on another is a crime against humanity. — Mahatma Gandhi

Causes Of Crime Quotes By Douglas William Jerrold

Intemperance is the epitome of every crime, the cause of every kind of misery. — Douglas William Jerrold

Causes Of Crime Quotes By Carrie P. Meek

We've got to stop focusing solely on the symptoms of crime, and start caring about the causes as well. — Carrie P. Meek

Causes Of Crime Quotes By Frank Miller

Marv's a guy you've got to be careful around. He doesn't mean any harm, but he causes plenty. — Frank Miller

Causes Of Crime Quotes By Romain Rolland

To a man whose mind is free there is something even more intolerable in the sufferings of animals than in the sufferings of man. For with the latter it is at least admitted that suffering is evil and that the man who causes it is a criminal. But thousands of animals are uselessly butchered every day without a shadow of remorse. If any man were to refer to it, he would be thought ridiculous. And that is the unpardonable crime. — Romain Rolland

Causes Of Crime Quotes By Emma Goldman

There is close relation, says Havelock Ellis, between crimes against the person and the price of alcohol, between crimes against property and the price of wheat. He quotes Quetelet and Lacassagne, the former looking upon society as the preparer of crime, and the criminals as instruments that execute them. The latter find that "the social environment is the cultivation medium of criminality; that the criminal is the microbe, an element which only becomes important when it finds the medium which causes it to ferment; EVERY SOCIETY HAS THE CRIMINALS IT DESERVES."[4] — Emma Goldman

Causes Of Crime Quotes By Dada Bhagwan

To speak in a way that causes the other person to get disturbed is the greatest crime. On the contrary, if someone else speaks in that way, you should suppress it; that is considered a human. — Dada Bhagwan

Causes Of Crime Quotes By George Bernard Shaw

Not everybody is strong enough to endure life without an anesthetic. Drink probably averts more gross crime than it causes. — George Bernard Shaw

Causes Of Crime Quotes By Adam Young

and what is war except crime on a mass scale?
destroy rather than produce. The vandal that destroys a window causes not only the owner to bear the costs of replacing it, but costs those whom he planned on using that money to buy from. The same goes for wars. The warlords
of war and peace
destroyed so much, not only what existed, but all those new things that could have existed, if only individuals were left in peace. — Adam Young

Causes Of Crime Quotes By Steven D. Levitt

In Freakonomics, we examined the causes of the rise and fall of violent crime in the United States. In 1960, crime began a sudden climb. By 1980, the homicide rate had doubled, reaching a historic peak. For several years crime stayed perilously high, but in the early 1990s it began to fall and kept falling. So what happened?
In Freakonomics, we identified one missing factor - the legalization of abortion in the early 1970s. The theory was jarring but simple. A rise in abortion meant that fewer unwanted children were being born, which meant fewer children growing up in the sort of difficult circumstances that increase the likelihood of criminality. — Steven D. Levitt

Causes Of Crime Quotes By Steven Pinker

Hobbes's analysis of the causes of violence, borne out by modern data on crime and war, shows that violence is not a primitive, irrational urge, nor is it a "pathology" except in the metaphorical sense of a condition that everyone would like to eliminate. Instead, it is a near-inevitable outcome of the dynamics of self-interested, rational social organisms. — Steven Pinker

Causes Of Crime Quotes By Emile Zola

Why then should money be blamed for all the dirt and crimes it causes? For is love less filthy
love which creates life? — Emile Zola

Causes Of Crime Quotes By David Boaz

The only way to break the cycle of unwed motherhood, fatherless children, poverty, crime, and welfare is to recognize that welfare causes more problems than it cures. — David Boaz

Causes Of Crime Quotes By George Lakoff

To the conservative, immoral behavior is attributable to individual character, not to social causes: What is right and what is wrong are clear, and the question is whether you are morally strong enough to do what's right. It's a matter of character. Conservatives believe that if an extreme conservative commits a crime, say killing people, in the name of vigilante justice, then conservatism itself cannot be held to blame, nor can those who spew hate over the airwaves. The explanation instead is that that individual had a bad character, that is, a bad moral essence; either that or he was crazy, craziness being a different kind of moral essence. — George Lakoff

Causes Of Crime Quotes By L. Neil Smith

Guns cause crime like flies cause garbage! — L. Neil Smith

Causes Of Crime Quotes By Arthur Conan Doyle

[O]n general principles it is best that I should not leave the country. Scotland Yard feels lonely without me, and it causes an unhealthy excitement among the criminal classes. — Arthur Conan Doyle

Causes Of Crime Quotes By Tony Blair

Labour is the party of law and order in Britain today. Tough on crime, tough on the causes of crime. — Tony Blair

Causes Of Crime Quotes By Fredrik Backman

Bitterness can be corrosive. It can rewrite your memories as if it were scrubbing a crime scene clean, until in the end you only remember what suits you of its causes. — Fredrik Backman

Causes Of Crime Quotes By Thomas Sowell

Deep thinkers who look everywhere for the mysterious causes of poverty, ignorance, crime and war need look no further than their own mirrors. We are all born into this world poor and ignorant, and with thoroughly selfish and barbaric impulses. Those of us who turn out any other way do so largely through the efforts of others, who civilized us before we got big enough to do too much damage to the world or ourselves. — Thomas Sowell

Causes Of Crime Quotes By Tupac Shakur

I turn to a life of crime cause I came from a broken family. — Tupac Shakur

Causes Of Crime Quotes By Mona Charen

As the data from the past decade clarify, there is no evidence that poverty causes crime but a great deal of evidence that crime causes poverty. By aligning themselves against the police, against commonsense tactics like stop and frisk, against metal detectors in public housing, against swift and certain punishment, and for a broad array of legal protections for accused criminals, liberals helped to aggrieve the lives of the poor and society as a whole. — Mona Charen

Causes Of Crime Quotes By Agatha Christie

I like a good detective story," he said. "But, you know, they begin in the wrong place! They begin with the murder. But the murder is the end. The story begins long before that - years before sometimes with all the causes and events that bring certain people to a certain place at a certain time on a certain day. — Agatha Christie

Causes Of Crime Quotes By Aristotle.

To leave the number of births unrestricted, as is done in most states, inevitably causes poverty among the citizens, and poverty produces crime and faction. — Aristotle.

Causes Of Crime Quotes By Bill Bennett

The causes of crime are very complicated. But there is a very big literature, as you know, about single parenthood in crime, about race in crime, and about poverty in crime. — Bill Bennett

Causes Of Crime Quotes By Voltaire

Which is more dangerous: fanaticism or atheism? Fanaticism is certainly a thousand times more deadly; for atheism inspires no bloody passion whereas fanaticism does; atheism is opposed to crime and fanaticism causes crimes to be committed. — Voltaire

Causes Of Crime Quotes By George Lakoff

Conservatives have long advanced the idea that our military can - and should - be used to shape foreign policy; our strength is the size and capacity of our military. They have advanced a retributive crime policy - punish the wrongdoers, no need to look at systemic causes of crime. The "war on terror" activates these deep frames, and politicians, the media, and the public continue to use the phrase because the conservative deep frames have become so pervasive. If — George Lakoff