Lead Exposure and Violent Crime in the Early Twentieth Century
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"A growing body of evidence in the social and medical sciences traces high crime rates to high rates of lead exposure...We study the lead-crime relationship using historical data on the water supply of U.S. cities in the late nineteenth century and data on homicide between 1921 and 1936, when the first generation of children exposed to lead through water had reached adulthood."
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