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He was being punished, just a little — for so prison seems in the abolitionist's
distorted view, and in the jury's and the prosecutor's, whose "second-degree"
murder suggests killing someone "just a little."1 If, on the other hand, execution
and life ...
If murder is in the nature of man, the law is not intended to imitate or reproduce
that nature. It is intended to correct it. Now, retaliation does no more than ratify
and confer the status of a law on a pure impulse of nature. We have all known
Those who thought you justified would not deny that the prohibition of murder is
almost always right. Probably they would go on to say that this particular sort of
killing should not be called 'murder'. They would define 'murder' as 'unjustifiable ...
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THE NECESSITY FOR THINKING
John Henry Newman
THE RIGHT USE OF LANGUAGE
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