Innocence and the Death Penalty
Despite high-profile death sentences like Scott Peterson’s in California, public support for the death penalty is falling. The reasons lie partly in mounting evidence that innocent people have been condemned andin some casesput to death.
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Roger Haight, past president of the Catholic Theological Society of America, is one of the most prolific and methodologically astute pra
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Postmodern poetry these days, as practiced by some leaders of poetic taste, shows little interest in communication.
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