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A BILL TO ABOLISH THE DEATH PENALTY UNDER ALL LAWS
MARCH 20, 21, AND JULY 2, 1968
Printed for the use of the Committee on the Judiciary
U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
JOHN L. MCCLELLAN, Arkansas, Chairman
ROMAN L. HRUSKA, Nebraska
SAM J. ERVIN, North Carolina
PHILIP A. HART, Michigan
JAMES O. EASTLAND, Mississippi
EDWARD M. KENNEDY, Massachusetts
"In Cold Blood," editorial, Washington Post, March 20, 1968.
DiSalle, Hon. Michael V., former Governor, State of Ohio, chairman,
National Committee To Abolish the Federal Death Penalty-
Duffy, Clinton T., former warden at San Quentin.........
Bennett, James V., former Director, Bureau of Prisons, U.S. Department
Lyons, Douglas, chairman, Citizens Against Legalized Murder.
Hale, Rev. Phale D., member of Ohio House of Representatives_
Williams, Hon. G. Mennen, former Governor, State of Michigan.
Radzinowicz, Prof. Leon Wolfson, professor of criminology and director,
Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge..
Hansen, Philip, attorney general of the State of Utah
Sellin, Prof. Thorsten, emeritus professor of sociology, University of
Clark, Hon. Ramsey, the Attorney General of the United States.
Speiser, Lawrence, director, Washington office, American Civil Liberties
McKeldin, Hon. Theodore R., former Governor, State of Maryland.
Moors, William R., associate minister, Cedar Lane Presbyterian Church,
Samueson, Dr. Glenn W., associate professor of sociology, West Chester
Sheedy, Rev. Charles E., University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Ind.
"Capital Punishment," a study report issued by the board of social
Statement on capital crimes under the New York law, prepared by the
New York Committee To Abolish Capital Punishment..
Capital punishment: pro and con arguments, Legislative Reference Service,
"Executions Under State Authority," January 20, 1864-August 10, 1966,
compiled by Negley K. Teeters, visiting professor of sociology, Hartwick
"The Death Penalty," New York, January 2, 1968--