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Cruel and Unusual Punishment - Bibliography

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DRESSLER, JOSHUA. "Kent Greenawalt, Criminal Responsibility, and the Supreme Court: How a Moderate Scholar Can Appear Immoderate Thirty Years Later." Notre Dame Law Review 74 (1999): 1507–1532.

GRANUCCI, ANTHONY F. "'Nor Cruel and Unusual Punishments Inflicted': The Original Meaning." California Law Review 57 (1969): 839–865.

GREENAWALT, KENT. "'Uncontrollable' Actions and the Eighth Amendment: Implications of Powell v. Texas." Columbia Law Review 69 (1969): 927–979.

Note. "The Cruel and Unusual Punishment Clause and the Substantive Criminal Law." Harvard Law Review 79 (1966): 635–655.

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