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What did the Supreme Court hold in Gregg v. Georgia?
U. S. Supreme Court ruling (1976) that (1) the death penalty is not, in itself, cruel and unusual punishment and (2) a two- part proceeding - one for the determination of innocence or guilt and the other for determining the sentence - is constitutional and meets the objections noted in Furman v. Georgia.
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The goal of the CHISOLS data is to differentiate leader transitions in which a new leader depends on different social groups for support from those where the new leader depends on the same groups for support.Link info
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