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Opinion: Hitler should have gotten life without parole

In a blood-thirsty column clamoring for faster executions in the United States, John Steele Gordon, a writer specializing in financial and business history, asserts: “Had Hitler been captured alive, would anyone have suggested life without parole?” Yes. Me. I would have. Knowing […]

Opinion: Hitler should have gotten life without parole

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In a blood-thirsty column clamoring for faster executions in the United States, John Steele Gordon, a writer specializing in financial and business history, asserts: “Had Hitler been captured alive, would anyone have suggested life without parole?” Yes. Me. I would have. Knowing […]

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