"In the early and mid-1970’s, public advice was to cooperate with robbers and rapists in order to minimize personal injury. Appeasement, in other words. While this may be good advice in some circumstances, as general behavior it makes crime more rewarding. A nation of sheep is nice for wolves."
Professor emeritus, economics, Texas A&M University, former Chief Economist at the U.S. Department of Labor 2001-2002, served as the Director of the Criminal Justice Center, Senior Fellow at the National Center for Policy Analysis
Crime by Choice, p. 84.
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