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May 5, 2008 Death penalty 33 – Article form Harvard law review, best argument ever made on behalf of capital punishment. Professor Ernest vondanhaug, child prisoner of Nazi’s. Came out in pro-capital punishment camp. Said evil must be met with evil, why shouldn’t it, classic retribution.
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Unformatted text preview: To not take life of an evil person is to disrespect their crimes and humanity. 34 – by Haas; rebuttal to Ernest. Argues that a true conservative should be concerned about saving tax payers money, does not trust government, says humans can be wrong....
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