The death penalty: opposing viewpoints
Paul A. Winters
Greenhaven Press, 1997 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 192 pages
A collection of articles debating the issues of capital punishment discusses whether it is legally and morally just or unjust, and how much of a safeguard it is to society
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