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|ISBN:||9780230231986 0230231985 9780230277366 0230277365|
|Description:||x, 260 pages ; 23 cm|
America and Europe diverge on the death penalty --
What does the worldwide popularity of capital punishment tell us? --
The hollow hope of public education --
Case study one : Germany --
Case study two : The United Kingdom --
Case study three : France --
Elaborating the European model --
Why the European model failed in the United States --
Conclusion : Abolitionism beyond America and Europe.
'Ending the Death Penalty is a tour de force. Beautifully written and meticulously argued, Hammel's book is indispensable reading for anyone interested in the death penalty or contemporary issues of