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Published by Chelsea House Publications .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • General,
  • Children"s Books - Young Adult,
  • Children: Young Adult (Gr. 7-9)

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FormatLibrary Binding
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Open LibraryOL11148450M
ISBN 100791043258
ISBN 109780791043257

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Unusual Punishment details the explosive story of failed reform at one Washington State penitentiary as well as the complex, challenging, and painful path back from chaos/5. "A searing indictment of capital punishment, this pioneering history of the Cruel and Unusual Punishments Clause is destined to reframe America's death penalty debate. As a definitive account of the Eighth Amendment's origins and the Founding Fathers' own ambivalent views on executions, it will forever change our perceptions of cruelty and penal reform in the founding era/5(3). Cruel and unusual punishment is one of the most contentious issues in modern times. The condemnation of cruel and unusual punishment is universal. But, what exactly is cruel and unusual punishment? In national and international law the definition of what constitutes cruel and unusual punishment is highly subjective. Almost all countries prohibit inhuman punishments.   In the process, Cruel and Unusual unmasks a fundamental conflict between legends of liberty in the Land of the Free and the secret, silenced histories of sadomasochistic desire, punishment for profit and social control. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Cited by:

Crimes and Punishment is an absolutely fabulous book, chock full of unusual facts from the history of crime. My mom instilled the love to read, and I used to pick up this book, and flip through stories, amazed at some of the facts. I purchased this through Amazon, from: John Tanner/Tanner's First Editons.5/5(3). Nonie Darwish EX Muslim Author of Now They Call Me Infidel, A Brave Lady who spent over 30 years under the Tyrannical Jack Boot of ISLAM, In her book CRUEL AND USUAL PUNISHMENT Nonie explains in great detail the Barbaric REALITY as a female Living under the Medieval Islamic Tyranny of Sharia Law & WARNS WESTERN CIVILIZATION "A MUST READ" FOR Reviews: The first half of this important book looks at how women are treated in the world of sharia. The treatment of women in Islam alone should serve as a warning for anyone who thinks sharia is compatible with Western democracy and freedom. Cruel and Usual Punishment by Array. Consider marriage. Drawing and quartering is one of the most infamous methods of cruel and unusual punishment. It’s still difficult to believe it’s an actual thing that was conceived by actual humans and happened to actual unfortunate souls. The punishment was first doled out in England in the 13th century.

  "Cruel and Unusual" is an informative book on the culture of punishment in America. Two critical arguments inform this book: first, that punishment in this country has always been ensnared in religious ideology and rhetoric; second, that trends in the treatment of prisoners in America are always closely paralleled by ideas about the treatment of children/5(7).   She hates when I ground her from her books. I also implement the writing “I will not ” lines about x’s or more depending on the offense and how pissed I am. People tell me that those are terrible punishments because ‘writing should never be a punishment’ You can’t win this parenting thing without someone judging you.   The punishments vary from being bound over - released on condition of good behaviour - to imprisonment and hard labour. Each page of the book has . The court first authoritatively interpreted the “cruel and unusual punishments” language in a case called Weems v. United States. The court’s understanding of the amendment warrants quotation at length, for it illuminates just how long Scalia’s view has been just how decisively rejected.