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what are some social conflicts with the death penalty?

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    Some people on death row are found to be innocent.

    Taking a life is morally wrong.

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    And if you are still not clear on that, you should read John Grisham's novel called The Confession. All kinds of ramifications -- social, moral, etc. -- are well illustrated in this work of fiction.

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