Capital punishment: global issues and prospects
Peter Hodgkinson (director of the Centre for Capital Punishment Studies.), Peter Hodgkinson, Andrew Rutherford
Waterside Press, 1996 - Law - 288 pages
An analysis of the use of the death penalty across the world, together with the underlying arguments. This book ranks as the original in-depth treatment by the Director of Studies at the Centre for Capital Punishment Studies - University of Westminster, and another leading academic, plus leading commentators from around the world including the USA/North America's Michael L Radlett, William A Shabas and Hugo Adam Bedau.
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