More crimes of violence are committed in the U. S., in proportion to its population, than in any other civilized country.
Between 1910 and 1922 our general population increased 14.9%, our criminal population 16.6%.
This increase was found chiefly in those whose crimes were accompanied by violence.
The most potent contributing factor to the number of crimes committed is the apathy and indifference of the American people.
This situation will obtain until a standard code of criminal procedure is adopted for all the states.
The above facts and opinions stood out in findings of the...