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Resource ID: #12394
Subject: Death Penalty
Source: Time Life Magazine


Life found that since 1976, when the Supreme Court reinstated the death penalty, 53 people have been released from death row because of probable innocence--a triumph for the accused, but an inescapable sign that the system has not been able to prevent the possibility of wrongful conviction. The people in this article were sentenced to die, then vindicated and allowed to go home--if a home awaited them.

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