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Authored by some of the leading death penalty scholars in the country, this book critically analyzes changes in capital punishment and its administration over the last quarter century and explores a wide variety of issues confronting the present and future of the death penalty in America.

This book offers discussions on a host of fundamental questions of law, social policy, and morality about capital punishment. Containing the work of 25 contributors, this volume is a collection of 21 chapters addressing capital punishment public opinion, law and politics, the justice of the death penalty, the utility of the capital sanction, jury decision-making, defense counsel, race discrimination, mitigation theory, cost, habeas corpus, victims, the role of mental health professionals, death row, executive clemency, executions, and other issues.

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