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Death for penalty

United States
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Human Rights
Crime

Thirty-eight municipalities and more than 1,200 organizations in the US have passed resolutions or referendums calling for a national death-penalty moratorium. They include cities in such traditional death-penalty states as North Carolina and Georgia.

*The Nation* vol 272 no 2

New Internationalist issue 333 magazine cover This article is from the April 2001 issue of New Internationalist.
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