The death penalty wordwide: Developments in 2000
This paper covers events around the exercise of the death penalty during the year 2000, including such subjects as significant national and international court cases and decisions; important studies; the use of the death penalty against the mentally ill and those with mental retardation; its use against the `innocent' and against women; medical and religious perspectives and public opinion polls and surveys.
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