"Roger Lane" is an American historian, and Professor Emeritus at Haverford College.

Winner of the prestigious Bancroft Prize, Lane was born in 1934, raised in New England, and graduated from Yale. He took a graduate seminar with Richard Hofstader at Columbia, then briefly taught and coached at The Brunswick School before earning a PhD from Harvard in 1963, the year he began teaching at Haverford.

His study of Policing the City: Boston, 1822-1885, (Harvard Univ. Press, 1967) was the first to trace the origins of modern urban police. During the crime and assassination-ridden 1960s, a 1968 article in the Journal of Social History, “Urbanization and Criminal Violence in the 19th Century,” challenged the then-conventional wisdom that crime naturally increases as cities grow, This earned him appointment to the President’s Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence, which reprinted it. (It also won the attention of Theodore Kaczynski, later infamous as “The Unabomber,” who gave it his own twist, quoting it extensively in his 1995 “Manifesto,” which gave Lane a small role in his identification and capture)

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Otherwise, the facility and all that it contains will be destroyed.

The wholesalers certainly don't want the image of price gouging.

I can confirm that the coalition has made contact with the enemy and that some have been killed, ... A number of attacks by air have been conducted.

A matter of weeks rather than months.

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The pipeline companies are doing everything in their power to get the product flowing.