The Death Penalty and the Disadvantaged
Gary E. McCuen
GEM Pub. Incorporated, 1997 - Capital punishment - 168 pages
An examination of the death penalty, including the history, methods, racial bias and the disadvantaged.
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Ideas in Conflict
INTERPRETING EDITORIAL CARTOONS
WHA T IS RACE BIAS?
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