Killing McVeigh: The Death Penalty and the Myth of Closure

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NYU Press, Jun 11, 2012 - Law - 336 pages
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·       “A faithful account.” – Richard C. Dieter, Executive Director, Death Penalty Information Center

·       “In-depth, fair-minded and sensitive.” – Carol Steiker, Henry J. Friendly Professor of Law, Harvard Law School

·       “Intense yet compassionate.” – Sister Helen Prejean, author of Dead Man Walking

·       “Clearly written and persuasive.” – Harry Charles, Library Journal

·       “Sensitive, nuanced, and empathetic.” – Contemporary Psychology

·       “Provocative, interesting, and deserve[s] attention.” – Choice

“Important, comprehensive, and insightful analysis.” – Rutgers

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Killing McVeigh: The Death Penalty and the Myth of Closure

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In this investigation of the concept of closure after a traumatic event, Madeira (law, Indiana Univ.) provides a comprehensive case study of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing and the 2001 execution of ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Jody Lyneé Madeira is Associate Professor at Indiana University Maurer School of Law. 

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