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Which of the following is NOT a retentionist position used to justify the death penalty?
A. Protection

B. Just deserts

C. Relief

D. Revenge

is it B

2. What role do victims typically play in parole board hearings in the United States?
A. Victims are typically excluded from parole board hearings.

B. Victims are typically charged with conducting parole board hearings.

C. Victims are typically permitted to participate in parole board hearings.

D. Victims are typically allowed to serve as advisors in parole board hearings.

is it A

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  1. 1. B or D? What does your book say?

    http://home.southernct.edu/~gillilandr1/phil200/CapitalPunishment.htm

    2. Wrong.

  2. answer to question number 2 is C

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