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This illuminating broad-based political and cultural study presents the efinitive account of the campaign to abolish capital punishment in the period 1955-69. It comprises a work of contemporary history exploring the theme from a number of angles, both pro and contra, which have not been covered so extensively before.

        It asks why the campaign succeeded when so many others facing lesser instititional obstacles failede, and it asks why it succeeded when it did and in the way it did, and considers whether the success of the campign can be accounted for by the Zeitgeist.

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