In 1964, the Republican Party lost its tight-fisted grasp on Vermont politics, starting the swing of the political pendulum from Vermont as bastion of conservative republicanism to a state with a highly diversified political climate featuring progressive and even radical politics. Novelist Deborah Luskin, whose extensive research into the politics of mid-century Vermont was undertaken in the writing of ‘Into the Wilderness,’ a love story that takes place against the two major political events of that year, shows how the shift is more complex and more nuanced than mere politics.
In this book, Sister Helen Prejean describes, how two of the five convicts whom she
accompanies till their death, were really innocent, and yet were executed. Juries
having been blocked from significant evidence, defense lawyers being incompetent,
there were many such technical reasons for this miscarriage of justice. The relevance
of death penalty comes into serious doubt in the backdrop of such cases. Many
innocents may die as victims of human error and incompetence.
This book deserves careful study, to reach a humane conclusion in the debate over
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