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APPENDIX A Participants, Conference on Sentencing Research Woods Hole, Massachusetts July 27-29, 1981 JAMES AUSTIN, National Council on Crime and Delinquency, San Francisco, California HUGO A. BEDAU, Department of Philosophy, Tufts University WARREN BENTON, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York *RICHARD A. BERK, Department of Sociology, University of California, Santa Barbara *tALFRED BLUMSTEIN, School of Urban and Public Affairs, Carnegie-Mellon University JOHN S. CARROLL, Department of Psychology, Loyola University of Chicago *JONATHAN D. CASPER, Department of Political Science, University of Illinois, Urbana *JOHN C. COFFEE, JR., School of Law, Columbia University JACQUELINE COHEN, School of Urban and Public Affairs, Carnegie-Mellon University *SHARI S. DIAMOND, Department of Psychology, University of Illinois, Chicago Circle *FRANKLIN M. FISHER, Department of Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology LAWRENCE M. FRIEDMAN, School of Law, Stanford University *Member, Panel on Sentencing Research. "Member, Committee on Research on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Jus- tice. 309

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310 STEVEN GARBER, School of Urban and Public Affairs, Carnegie- Mellon University *DON M. GOrrFREDSON, School of Criminal Justice, Rutgers University JOHN HAGAN, Department of Sociology and Faculty of Law, University of Toronto JAMES B. JACOBS, School of Law, Cornell University *JOSEPH B. KADANE, Department of Statistics, Carnegie-Mellon University STEVEN KLEPPER, Department of Statistics, Carnegie-Mellon University KAY A. KNAPP, Minnesota Sentencing Guidelines Commission, Minneapolis BARRY KRISBERG, National Council on Crime and Delinquency, San Francisco, California RICHARD LEMPERT, School of Law, Cornell University CHARLES F. MANSKI, Cambridge Systematics, Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts SUSAN E. MARTIN, National Research Council CHERYL MARTORANA, National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice SHELDON L. MESSINGER, Center for the Study of Law and Society, University of California, Berkeley *tNORVAL MORRIS, School of Law, University of Chicago DANIEL S. NAGIN, Pennsylvania Department of Revenue, Harrisburg LLOYD OHLIN, Harvard Law School WILLIAM RHODES, Institute for the Study of Law and Society, Washington, D.C. *DAVID ROTHMAN, Department of History, Columbia University *RUTH RUSHEN, Department of Corrections, Sacramento, California JUDITH SILBERSTEIN, New York City BRADFORD SMITH, National Council on Crime and Delinquency RICHARD F. SPARKS, School of Criminal Justice, Rutgers University LUKE-JON TIERNEY, Department of Statistics, Carnegie-Mellon University MICHAEL H. TONRY, School of Law, University of Maryland *FLAMES Q. WILSON, Department of Political Science, Harvard University Appendix A *Member, Panel on Sentencing Research. Member, Committee on Research on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Jus- tice.