People Are Like That

Lison, J. Chiozza
February 1952
Saturday Evening Post;2/2/1952, Vol. 224 Issue 31, p96
The article provides a comparison of the incidence of murder and suicide in the United States in 1951 according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. There were around 7,000 murders and 15,000 suicides recorded in 1951. It cites that the ratio of suicides may be even higher.


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