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The Death of Love and Hatred
When people today think of the Texas Judicial System, we think of the death penalty. Or in some way, the courts either not being fair enough or too fair for one's crime. In Machiavelli's "The Prince", the prince has a thought of committing the pain of death without hesitation. The prince says "And if, as sometimes happens, he finds that he must inflict the penalty of death, he should do it when he has proper justification and evident reason" (2527). His justification may be all he needs for killing someone, but his justification may be different than that of his subjects. …
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