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On Capital Punishment By James Rogers, Ph.D.
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A few pages packing a powerful wallop. The author zeroes-in on the root problem, the force that supports the unending controversy over capital punishment. The enormous cost of maintaining this... More > aboriginal depravity is enormous and the force that keeps it going is money, especially those who make money from killing people indirectly. These few pages are dynamite!< Less
Capital Punishment in the United States By Stephen Reed,BS.Rel,MS.Theo,MSW,Paralegal/Legal Assistant
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No state has an absolute right to put its worst criminals to death although a majority of a state's residents may wish to confer that right on it. Of course all states do kill people, even where they... More > do not have the death penalty. Our police are armed (by the state) and people get killed in shoot outs with them. Majority opinion is typically in favor of the death penalty, with recent surveys indicating around a 60 – 65% level of support. Opponents believe that it is wrong for the state to kill, per se.< Less
Capital Punishment–Yes or No? By Rajib Mukhopadhyay, Trilokesh Mukherjee
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This book is about capital punishment - whether it should be accepted in the society or not - what are the arguments in favour and against it. Are the civilised societies really empowered to take... More > someone's life in the name of capital punishment. People sometimes think they have all the powers - just as God - even to take somebody's life! The book explores these arguments in a simplistic form suitable for school students.< Less
Condemned and Executed: A Capital Punishment Reader. By C. C. Williams
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Readings of eye-witness execution reports selected from the finest journalism describing capital punishment, 1853 - 1993. Not one word censored. This is not a book for sensitive readers. There is... More > nothing comparable to this collection in print. It is more commonplace in today's world to become a murder victim than an executed murderer. This Reader provides invaluable source material for debating capital punishment. Murder of Americans by Americans is an everyday fact of life. These tragedies cannot be reduced in number without confronting the mentality of those who commit murder. Today's major media do not factually report the nature of today's crimes and criminals, but this Reader simply presents, drawing upon history, the plain truth.< Less
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Capital Punishment: Saves America [FULL COLOR EDITION] By Cory Juelke
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When his precious America goes missing, the brave and patriotic Capital Punishment must muster the strength to go on a search for her that spans multiple continents. Using his trusty kart, unhealthy... More > diet, and sheer size, he will embark on this search-and-rescue mission to save his beloved America from all that is evil in this world.< Less
Capital Punishment: Saves America [B&W EDITION] By Cory Juelke
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When his precious America goes missing, the brave and patriotic Capital Punishment must muster the strength to go on a search for her that spans multiple continents. Using his trusty kart, unhealthy... More > diet, and sheer size, he will embark on this search-and-rescue mission to save his beloved America from all that is evil in this world.< Less
Capital Offense By Tom Williams
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A fast paced political thriller set in the Alaskan wilderness. This novel deals with hot issues like capitol punishment and wolf control. It all begins when Alaska’s governor disappears into... More > the wilderness on an ill fated hunting trip. An exciting read and very authentic, the author spent over twenty years in the Alaska bush as a columnist for the Fairbanks Daily News Miner an the Anchorage Daily News.< Less
"At The Instigation of the Devil": Capital Punishment and the Assize in the early modern England, 1670-1730 By Markus Eder
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“Acting at the instigation of the devil” was the designation used in english indictments of the early modern period for those heavy criminals as murderers, high traitors, rapists, robbers... More > and burglars who, on conviction, would have faced capital punishment. Although criminals of the above- mentioned kind have at all times haunted the immagination of society , up to now, no sytematical and representative analysis of the subject of capital punishment in the pre- 1718 period, the date of the passage of the so called Transportation Act, has been published. Drawing on the archival resources of one of England`s largest and most heavily populated Assize, the so called Western Circuit, Markus Eder, author of the well received Crime and Punishment in the Royal Navy of the Seven Years` War, 1755-1763 (Aldershot, 2004),unfolds in this second revised edition before the reader`s eyes the story of the incidence, nature and punishment of capital crimes during the period 1670-1730.< Less
Life Sentence (Script) By Elle-Lou M
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Josie, Jay, Kat and Kristina have been sentenced to death, and are experiencing their last few hours of imprisonment. With emotions running high, and old memories reawakening, we learn that there are... More > more to these criminals than there may first seem. Set in Britain, in the 1840s, capital punishment was still legal- and, until about 20 years later, minors could still recieve this sentence. Times were changing, and people were broadening their minds to the concept that capital punishment may no longer be the way to continue- but this change has fallen rather too late for our protagonists. "This isn't right, and one day people will realise."< Less