My article in the current issue examines an ongoing challenge for death-penalty opponents: abolishing the death penalty in a given state has generally meant sentencing a lot more people to life without parole, a sentence just as hopeless and final.
America's problem with guns is multigenerational and multilayered. It has to do with our origin myths, myths grounded in redemptive violence.
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