The Death Penalty: Is it Discriminatory in its Application?
This paper explores the argument that the death penalty is discriminatory in its application. It looks at the evidence for this from studies on race, social-economic background and gender. The paper concludes that there is a strong case for the death penalty being discriminatory and calls for further research and transparency to address this issue.More
The Pros and Cons of Capital Punishment
This essay looks at the arguments for and against capital punishment. Proponents argue that it is the only way to effectively punish heinous criminals, while opponents argue that it is a form of torture that often results in the execution of innocent people.More
The Death Penalty: Pros and Cons
This essay looks at the pros and cons of the death penalty, as well as the federal and state parties involved in executions, methods of execution, and painless execution methods. It also discusses capital punishment in the United States today.More