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The death penalty is a charged issue, a highly emotional one too. This book takes the argument through several of the key arguments and takes a logical (even mathmatical) approach to the death penalty. In the end this analysis comes out in suppot of the death penalty -- but explains why with a less than emotional, less than personal argument. The death penalty is an import The death penalty is a charged issue, a highly emotional one too. This book takes the argument through several of the key arguments and takes a logical (even mathmatical) approach to the death penalty. In the end this analysis comes out in suppot of the death penalty -- but explains why with a less than emotional, less than personal argument. The death penalty is an important part of a jurisprudence that is uniquely American, morally justified and completely constitutional. The death penalty is the ultimate price that a convicted murderer can pay for their crime – but it is more as well; the death penalty is a symbol, a moral statement that says punishment must be appropriate. Capital punishment is a symbol that reflects a collective belief that some crimes are too heinous to be punished with the same penalty that is meted out to simple thugs, thieves and con-men. For the best of us to provide and maintain a system that is just, fair and appropriate we need to reserve the ultimate sanction for the very worst of us


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The death penalty is a charged issue, a highly emotional one too. This book takes the argument through several of the key arguments and takes a logical (even mathmatical) approach to the death penalty. In the end this analysis comes out in suppot of the death penalty -- but explains why with a less than emotional, less than personal argument. The death penalty is an import The death penalty is a charged issue, a highly emotional one too. This book takes the argument through several of the key arguments and takes a logical (even mathmatical) approach to the death penalty. In the end this analysis comes out in suppot of the death penalty -- but explains why with a less than emotional, less than personal argument. The death penalty is an important part of a jurisprudence that is uniquely American, morally justified and completely constitutional. The death penalty is the ultimate price that a convicted murderer can pay for their crime – but it is more as well; the death penalty is a symbol, a moral statement that says punishment must be appropriate. Capital punishment is a symbol that reflects a collective belief that some crimes are too heinous to be punished with the same penalty that is meted out to simple thugs, thieves and con-men. For the best of us to provide and maintain a system that is just, fair and appropriate we need to reserve the ultimate sanction for the very worst of us

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