- Title Pages
IntroductionPardon and Parole in the Empire State
1Governing Mercy in the Emerging Republic
2Mercy and Diversity
3Debating the Pardon in Antebellum New York
4The Pardon and the Progenesis of Parole in the Mid-Nineteenth Century
5Reformulating Discretion in the Mid-to Late Nineteenth Century
6The Entanglement of Parole and Pardoning in the Progressive Era
7The Crime Wave and the War against Discretionary Justice in the 1920s
- Epilogue Mercy, Parole, and the Failed Search for Penal Certainty
- Note on Sources
- Governors of New York, 1777–1942
- Selected Bibliography
- About the Author
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