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There is one question that has always brought about controversy.
Should capital punishment be used as a way of disciplining criminals? Over the past twenty years, there has been an enormous increase in violent crimes.
It seems logical that a person is less likely to commit a given act if by doing so he will suffer swift and certain punishment of a horrible kind. As most Americans agree, death is the only appropriate punishment for such crimes.
In ancient times' executions were not uncommon. Even the Bible teaches capital punishment. It states, "Who so sheddeth man's blood, by man shall his blood be shed: for in the image of God made he man" (Bible). In ancient times a set of laws were written which specified many crimes punishable by capital punishment. These laws were the Code of Hammurabi. Some of the punishable crimes mentioned included adultery, robbery witchcraft, and murder. During the Middle Ages, the Church assumed the responsibility of administering punishments.
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