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Death Penalty Support Reaches An All Time Low, and Here’s Why Feminists Should Care

According to a study published this week, the percentage of Americans who support public executions has now reached its lowest point in more than four decades, with less than half of the country offering support for the brutal, internationally disfavoured punishment. The poll by the Pew Research Centre reflects a whopping seven percent decrease—from 56% to 49%—since just […]
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