Capital Punishment: Issues and Perspectives
Nova Science Publishers, 2002 - Law - 147 pages
Capital punishment will not go away. The latest events bringing the issue to the forefront of society are the Washington snipers, terrorism and the spate of cases of innocent death-row individuals proven by DNA analysis. This vexing societal issue will no doubt be impacted in America by pro-capital punishment views of the present administration in Washington.
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