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America Should Continue to Use the Capital Punishment

  • Course: WR 121
  • Professor: Walker
  • School: University of Oregon, OR
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America Should Continue to Use the Capital Punishment
Recent years, capital punishment has been a focused problem and heated discussion among countries in the world. In the legislation system, capital punishment is the highest and cruelest punishment to criminal offenders. Nowadays, more than 100 countries have abolished death penalty, but some of the other countries still keep and implement capital punishment, such as America, which it is rare that using death punishment in developed countries. Actually, American government restored capital punishment in 1976 and executed more than one thousand people until now. In the United States, only thirty six states have capital punishment, while the others do not have death penalty. Some people think America should not have capital punishment because capital punishment does not conform to civilization. However, America should continue to use the death penalty because capital punishment The advantages of using death penalty in America far outweigh the disadvantages. The first reason is that capital punishment can make law powerful so that people feel frighten to touch laws. As we know, America is a country of freedom and democracy, so people have more rights to do something what they want, especially having guns. Buying guns free will create an intangible threat to other people. The problem is that when they meet some problems, some young people are impulse and maybe they will use guns to shoot other people who they dissatisfied. According to FBI crime statistics, in 2010, there were 12,996 murders in the United States in which of 8,775 people were caused by firearms (“Gun”). From these statistics, we can http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/datablog/2011/jan/10/gun-crime-us-state see that shooting is very serious in America. Now, America does have capital punishment; think about if America does not have death penalty, how many people will be murdered? So, the United States should keep death penalty to punish these murders....
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America Should Continue to Use the Capital Punishment
Recent years, capital punishment has been a focused problem and
heated discussion among countries in the world. In the legislation system,
capital punishment is the highest and cruelest punishment to criminal
offenders. Nowadays, more than 100 countries have abolished death
penalty, but some of the other countries still keep and implement capital
punishment, such as America, which it is rare that using death punishment in
developed countries. Actually, American government restored capital
punishment in 1976 and executed more than one thousand people until now.
In the United States, only thirty six states have capital punishment, while the
others do not have death penalty. Some people think America should not
have capital punishment because capital punishment does not conform to
civilization. However, America should continue to use the death penalty
because capital punishment
The advantages of using death penalty in America far outweigh the
disadvantages. The first reason is that capital punishment can make law
powerful so that people feel frighten to touch laws. As we know, America is a
country of freedom and democracy, so people have more rights to do
something what they want, especially having guns. Buying guns free will
create an intangible threat to other people. The problem is that when they
meet some problems, some young people are impulse and maybe they will
use guns to shoot other people who they dissatisfied. According to FBI crime
statistics, in 2010, there were 12,996 murders in the United States in which