A Wild Justice

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The lethal injection room at San Quentin State Prison in California.

More than 700 people were waiting on death row in 1972 when the Supreme Court issued a decision in Furman v. Georgia, striking down capital punishment in America. The backlash from the states was immediate and extreme. Four years later –in an extremely rare and contentious process—the Court reversed itself. In his new book “A
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