Leading up to the 1990s, crime in the US was at an all time high. Criminologists expected the trend to escalate and that the 1990s would turn into a bloodbath.
However, for no apparent reason, crime began to drop at a rapid pace. Was it due to: the booming economy, the innovative policing strategies, or changes in the crack cocaine market?
Nay; it all begins with Roe V. Wade, 1973