The Death Penalty and Hillary

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Two weeks after the Supreme Court abolished the death penalty in the United States with the landmark Furman v. Georgia decision, on June 29, 1972, the Democratic Party included in its platform a condemnation of capital punishment as “an ineffective deterrent to crime.”  It declared that the sentence, often “unequally applied,” amounts to “cruel . . .

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