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Archive - Apr 30, 2006

Submitted by admin on April 30, 2006 - 9:26am.
Gary S Becker
Gary S Becker
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Submitted by Project Syndicate on April 30, 2006 - 9:15am.
The morality of capital punishment

"Whereas Europeans, with crime rates well below American rates for the past half-century, could long afford to be relatively “soft” on most crimes, they have seen their crime rates increase sharply during the past twenty years. By contrast, American rates have fallen, in part because of greater use of punishment." Gary S Becker

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