Social Analysis of Death Penalty/Capital Punishment
Our capital punishment system is broken, concerned more with expediency than justice and with appearing tough far more than being effective. Many factors contribute when making this statement such as innocence, morality, deterrence, cost, justice, cruelty as well as many others. This is a social issue that arises many questions. The first established death penalty laws date back as far as the eighteenth century B.C. in the Code of Hammurabi, which codified the death penalty for 25 different crimes. Ever since then, humans have held onto the death penalty to punish the criminals.
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