Supreme Court Death Penalty Rulings
Guests:

Nina Totenberg
* NPR Legal Affairs Correspondent

Stuart Banner
* Author, The Death Penalty: An American History (Harvard University Press, 2002)

Victor Streib
* Law Professor, Ohio Northern University (specializing in violent crime and death penalty)

Robert Blecker
* Law Professor, New York Law School
* Author of the forthcoming Who Deserves to Die (Basic Books, 2003)

Jim Glassman
* Fellow, American Enterprise Institute
* Author, The Secret Code of the Superior Investor: How to Be a Long-Term Winner in a Short-Term World (Crown, 2002)
* Joins Neal Conan to discuss the stock market

In less than a week, the Supreme Court has made two major rulings limiting the way states can put people to death. Are there more changes ahead? The evolution of the death penalty in America and what the most current decisions mean for its future. Join Neal Conan for Talk of the Nation from NPR News.
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Supreme Court Death Penalty Rulings

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Supreme Court Death Penalty Rulings

Supreme Court Death Penalty Rulings

Supreme Court Death Penalty Rulings

Only Available in Archive Formats.


Guests:

Nina Totenberg
* NPR Legal Affairs Correspondent

Stuart Banner
* Author, The Death Penalty: An American History (Harvard University Press, 2002)

Victor Streib
* Law Professor, Ohio Northern University (specializing in violent crime and death penalty)

Robert Blecker
* Law Professor, New York Law School
* Author of the forthcoming Who Deserves to Die (Basic Books, 2003)

Jim Glassman
* Fellow, American Enterprise Institute
* Author, The Secret Code of the Superior Investor: How to Be a Long-Term Winner in a Short-Term World (Crown, 2002)
* Joins Neal Conan to discuss the stock market

In less than a week, the Supreme Court has made two major rulings limiting the way states can put people to death. Are there more changes ahead? The evolution of the death penalty in America and what the most current decisions mean for its future. Join Neal Conan for Talk of the Nation from NPR News.