The Death Penalty Enquiry.
Being a review of the evidence before the Select Committee on Capital Punishment, 1930.Victor Gollancz Ltd, London , 1931 Stock Code: 95087
NotesFirst edition in wrappers, first impression. Among their other recommendations, the Committee advocated that capital punishment be suspended for a experimental period of five years, though this was not enacted until 1938. From the publisher's archive.
Octavo. Original yellow wrappers, spine and front wrapper lettered in black.
Some fading to spine; an excellent copy.
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