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Robert Freeman Rmf34 Term Paper 1 Outline Topic: Economic Analysis of Capital Punishment as a Deterrent to Crime Paper Outline: 1. Intro a. Intro b. Point of death penalty c. Thomas Fuller Quote: “Law cannot persuade, where it cannot punish.” d. Thesis/paper direction 2. Part I a. Types of punishment – Crime severity i. Fines ii. Shaming iii. Probation iv. Parole v. Imprisonment vi. Life imprisonment vii. Death b. History - Evolution of death penalty i. Medieval Hard to catch Very severe punishment Very public ii. Wild west Vigilante justice – ignoring due process of law a. No longer in place as capital punishment b. But used to act as a deterrent c. Effectively citizens response when the government’s response is deemed by a group of people, or the community to be insufficient iii. Mob punishment – Omerta ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Omerta ) Economic incentive to not betray iv. Modern, hanging, chair, lethal injection more and more “humane”? 3.
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This note was uploaded on 12/13/2007 for the course ECON 4040 taught by Professor Hay during the Fall '07 term at Cornell.

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