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    Ysabel Rennie states: "There is nothing more disconcerting than the realization that what is being proposed now for the better management of crime and criminals - to get tough, to increase sentences and make them mandatory, and to kill killers has been tried over and over again and abandoned as unworkable. Thus we are left to contemplate the evidence that we have for centuries been going in circle." Do you agree or disagree with this statement? Support your answer with research make sure to examine each of the theories.

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    Yes, I strongly concur with Ysabel Rennie's statement about the ineffectiveness of the death penalty to deter crime. Based on evidence and the historical cycle, I offer reasons why.

    According to one study from the Ohio ...

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    The ineffectiveness of the death penalty to deter crime is discussed with research to validate.