Education: Blueprint of Danger

When Sheldon Glueck decided to marry Eleanor Touroff, he also decided that it would be nice if they could have a joint career. So he asked his elder brother Bernard, a psychiatrist, what sort of career it should be. Said Bernard: since Sheldon was a lawyer and Eleanor a trained social worker, the two should be very happy working together in criminology.

For 25 years, the Gluecks have been following Bernard's advice. Today, Glueck (rhymes with look) is Harvard Law School's top professor of criminal law, and, with his wife, has become one of the nation's most dogged diggers into the nature...

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