Death Penalty

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Subject: American History
Date: January 7, 2008
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He further states that California spent over $1 billion dollars on the death penalty between 1977 and 1996, although only 5 men were executed (Costanzo 61). A group of students at the University of Texas state that it is more beneficial to our economy to use the death penalty...
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One student states that in 1992 there were 883, 593 prisoners in all state and federal prisons. She goes on to state, "The 883, 593 prisoners are costing the American taxpayers approximately $19.4 billion plus another $61.7 million for the construction of the 1,143 spaces needed" (Economical)...
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