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Capital Punishment and Economics
Whether you’re for or against the death pentalty, everyone agrees that to execute a prisoner is much more expensive than life imprisonment. Life imprisonment is about $800,000 per person. To execute, it costs $2.3 million. So executing a prisoner is … Continue reading
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