This Article is a lecture from Alder-Rosecan about the court's decision in Furman v. Georgia in which the death penalty as it had existed for 200 years in our country's history was found to be unconstitutionally applied.
Stephen B. Bright,
In Defense of Life: Enforcing the Bill of Rights on Behalf of Poor, Minority and Disadvantaged Persons Facing the Death Penalty,
57 Mo. L. Rev.
Available at: https://scholarship.law.missouri.edu/mlr/vol57/iss3/3