By Dennis Patterson
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Would that lessen any of the concerns that people in the United States currently have about capital punishment in their society – the weakening of the taboo against killing, the danger of executing the innocent, racial disparities in the administration of the death penalty, the barbarism of popular fascination with its grisly details, and so on? It might make us less sanguine about the prospects for reform, but it would not lessen the need to examine whether this was an institution with which we were entitled to live comfortably, from a moral point of view.
A Companion to Philosophy of Law and Legal Theory by Dennis Patterson