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Market forces play a larger role in steering American society than they do anywhere else in the industrialized world. Yet America has unusually harsh criminal punishment and considerable penalization of morals offenses. Nevertheless, there is a core insight in Durkheim that merits serious attention from comparatists. It is true that individual behavior may be steered through more than one mechanism. Criminal sanctions are one way of governing behavior; the civil law of obligations is another. A given society may use either or both of these mechanisms, and different societies rely on these different mechanisms in strikingly distinctive ways.

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