Law stories (Foundation Press) Study aids (West Academic Publishing)
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When Willie Francis died : the "disturbing" story behind one of the eighth amendment's most enduring standards of risk / Deborah Denno Furman v. Georgia : not an end, but a beginning / Carol S. Steiker Gregg v. Georgia and allied cases : protecting the death penalty from abolition / Hugo Adam Bedau Coker v. Georgia : of rape, race, and burying the past / Sheri Lynn Johnson Gilmore v. Utah : the persistent problem of "volunteers" / John H. Blume McCleskey v. Kemp : denial avoidance, and the legitimization of racial discrimination in the administration of the death penalty / David C. Baldus ... [et al.] Penry v. Lynaugh : the hazards of predicting the future / Jordan M. Steiker The story of Payne v. Tennessee : victims triumphant / Austin Sarat Simmons v. South Carolina and the myth of early release / David Bruck Bell v. Cone : the fatal consequences of incomplete failure / David R. Dow Roper v. Simmons : abolishing the death penalty for juvenile offenders in the wake of international consensus / Scott W. Howe House v. Bell and the death of innocence / Joseph L. Hoffmann.
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