This rare book brings together the writings of W. Byron Groves (Casey), possibly the most brilliant criminologist in America during the 1990s. Killed in a car accident at the height of his career, his students, teachers and friends worked to produce this book to preserve some of his best pieces and others that were unpublished. Casey's approach was unique, unorthodox for the 1990s, and quite frankly, 'in your face." From "organizational perversion" to "punishing the privileged", the topics he covered were diverse, and the scholars on whose shoulders he stood were equally diverse, from Habermas and Hegel to van den Haag and Herrnstein, they're all there, and all put to work in Casey's captivating style. Only 200 copies of this book were ever printed. It's rare. But now on Kindle, available to anyone who has the tiniest bit of curiosity to see what an unorthodox and brilliant criminologist has to say. Though written in the 1990s, his ideas are timeless. See for yourself.