A History of the Present
The introduction frames the themes and subjects of the book, including racial discrimination, cruelty, advocacy movements, and reform. It briefly outlines the history of the death penalty in North Carolina before and after the Civil War and describes the growth of the state’s incarceration infrastructure, including Central Prison, where death row is still located.
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