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Argument: The death penalty is barbaric and uncharacteristic of a decent society

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==Parent debate== ==Parent debate==
-*[[Debate:Capital punishment]]+*[[Debate:Capital Punishment]]
==Supporting quotations== ==Supporting quotations==
'''Rudolph J. Gerber, Judge of the Arizona State Court of Appeals.''' - To support the death penalty as sound social policy strikes me as grossly misguided. Not only does the death penalty not deter murder, it fosters a culture of brutality, risks international condemnation, and transforms our country into a brutal pariah.[http://freenet-homepage.de/dpinfo/judges.htm] '''Rudolph J. Gerber, Judge of the Arizona State Court of Appeals.''' - To support the death penalty as sound social policy strikes me as grossly misguided. Not only does the death penalty not deter murder, it fosters a culture of brutality, risks international condemnation, and transforms our country into a brutal pariah.[http://freenet-homepage.de/dpinfo/judges.htm]

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Rudolph J. Gerber, Judge of the Arizona State Court of Appeals. - To support the death penalty as sound social policy strikes me as grossly misguided. Not only does the death penalty not deter murder, it fosters a culture of brutality, risks international condemnation, and transforms our country into a brutal pariah.[1]

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