Stay of Execution: Saving the Death Penalty from Itself


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Countering conventional wisdom that attributes the decline in death sentences and executions to public rejection of the "ultimate sanction," Charles Lane argues that the death penalty is not only more popular than critics claim; it is also less flawed by wrongful executions or racial bias. Lane argues that capital punishment should be preserved, while proposing major reforms to address its real inequities and inconsistencies.

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