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Human Parts

How I Changed My Mind

One Man’s Execution Convinced Me the Death Penalty Is Wrong

I used to think ‘an eye for an eye’ was fair and just, but I’ve seen enough to know it’s not

San Quentin State Prison. Photo: Jitze Couperus via Flickr/CC BY 2.0

EEvery writer writes for different reasons. Some people write to inform. Others to vent. For many, writing is a hobby. For a select few, it’s a…

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D.A. Kirk

D.A. Kirk

Outer space enthusiast. Japanese history junkie. I write about politics, culture, and mental illness. Disagreement is a precursor to progress.

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