Death Penalties: a Review of Raoul Berger, Death Penalties [Book Review]
Duke Law Journal 1984:624-29 (1984)
|Abstract||This is a critical review of Death Penalties by constitutional scholar Raoul Berger. It rebuts Berger's argument that the Eighth Amendment "no cruel and unusual punishments" clause validates capital punishment.|
|Keywords||capital punishment death penalty eighth amendment constitutional interpretation|
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