Op-Ed: The Nonexistent Line Between Justice And Revenge

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Read Thane Rosenbaum's Chronicle of Higher Education piece "Eye for an Eye: The Case for Revenge"

Law professor Thane Rosenbaum says it's time for Americans to be honest about the role revenge plays in our lives. "The distinction between justice and vengeance is false," he writes in The Chronicle of Higher Education. "A call for justice is always a cry for revenge."

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