It is well in this attempt to examine the criminal procedure
and penal systems of Missouri in the light of the modern
science of criminology to take at least a cursory glance at
the development of the science of criminology itself, for it
along with all other sciences has undergone an evolution at
times rapid, always yielding, though slowly at times, to dominant
thought and philosophy or rather to methods of thought.
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