But as always been said, they are repetitious and have to be examined closely to reach a solution that has to be justified to the victims (and to the convicted persons).In our study of the pros and cons of the death penalty, it is with all honesty to say that we need capital punishment more than any other time in history. And more than any other time in history, we have now the tools at our disposal to conduct a massive information campaign to the general public. In fact, this is now happening, the public is well informed about capital punishment. But is there clamor for retaining or for its abolition?When Walter Berns wrote the book For Capital Punishment, he hoped the book would not be reviewed in certain journals, but the New York Review of Books did so examine and make comments and the reviewer suggested that he (Berns) ought to be psychoanalyzed. After that he was subjected to many threatening telephone calls saying he was the one who ought to be executed. But Berns says even those opposed to the death penalty receive threatening phone calls.We are in the age of the Internet and high-technology, of globalization and of transportation faster than the speed of sound. Criminals have become high-tech and globalized, and do travel as fast as executives for their conferences in meetings all throughout the world. But this is not to say that we have to impose capital punishment because of the emergence of high technology and the internet.When Justices Brennan, Marshall, and Blackmun, retired, the Supreme Court has had no openly abolitionist members, and the justices divided themselves between those who believed in the death penalty, or that it should be. For Capital Punishment.
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