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To kill or not to kill, that is the question. For a long time, human rights activists tussled with governments over the application of capital punishment. In the U.S. especially, they actively protest against what they call 'a crime against humanity', lobbying Congress, and staging demonstrations. They were so effective that capital punishment, which was once legal in the States, was driven out of several states altogether. Elsewhere, it is much more peaceful, but the issue still remains, tugging at the conscience and moral fibre of the people.
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