Books by M.D. Prothrow-Stith

DEADLY CONSEQUENCES by M.D. Prothrow-Stith
NON-FICTION
Released: June 19, 1991

"A comprehensive and seemingly workable blueprint—and Prothrow-Stith seems enough of a powerhouse to get her message to those in positions to act on it. (For another, more profound look at male violence, see Myriam Miedzian's Boys Will Be Boys, reviewed above.)"
``As the former public health commissioner of Massachusetts, as a physician, as a parent, as a black American, and as an inner- city resident,'' Prothrow-Stith, now assistant dean of the Harvard School of Public Health, brings impressive credentials to the writing of this book—and to the sensible array of solutions she offers to the growing problem of homicide as the leading cause of death among young American men. Read full book review >