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Arranged into the following series: Biographical, -- Series 2: Publications, -- Series 3: Court Testimony, -- Series 4: Correspondence, -- Series 5: Research, -- Series 6: Academic, -- Series 7: Conferences and Meetings, Ernest van den Haag's publications from comprise the bulk of the collection.
The publications in this collection include articles in published form, drafts, and related correspondence.
Types of publications include transcripts from appearances on television shows in the s and s, files on the books which he authored, rough drafts for chapters, and hundreds of articles written for various journals, magazines, and newspapers from The collection's publications cover a wide array of social science issues of the mid to late 20th century from an intellectual conservative's view.
Topics include the death penalty, American culture, criminal justice, education, conservatism versus liberalism, and American politics. Van den Haag had a special political interest in U. President Nixon once wrote van den Haag to thank him for his balanced views concerning U.
Congressman Charles Rangel wrote to express his opposing views to van den Haag on the legalization of drugs. Also represented are pornography cases between towns and theaters both at the local and U. Ernest van den Haag was a conservative commentator of social issues, especially crime, and one of America's foremost proponents of the death penalty.
Ernest van den Haag was born in The Hague in and was raised in Italy where he began his early political life as a left-wing activist and communist.
After receiving his M. That same year he met Sidney Hook, a famous social philosopher, who was a catalyst in van den Haag's thinking. He received his Ph.
As early asvan den Haag was contributing essays to magazines arguing against communism. Van den Haag's book, Punishing Criminals: Concerning a Very Old and Painful Question Basic Books,had a long popularity and launched his status as an expert and fearless debater in issues of criminal justice and the death penalty.
In addition to his writing career, van den Haag was an expert witness for many court cases where he testified as an expert in areas including desegregation, criminal justice, and pornography. Van den Haag was especially active in debating the issue of the death penalty.
He spent most of his life defending the issue based on the argument of deterrence, but later evolved the basis of his argument on the need for the death penalty as just punishment for severe criminals.
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Against the American System of Capital Punishment By Jack Greenberg; While the vast majority of U.S. Catholics support capital punishment, the Church's has been officially opposed to the death. Ernest van den Haag Death Penalty In this essay, we revisit the late Van den Haag's challenge.
Assessing the pros and cons of the death penalty and how Ernest van den Haag feels it’s morally justified. Research results revealed that the death penalty is deemed cruel and unusual punishment to some members of society and an act of justice to.
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In The Death Penalty in America: Current Controversies, Hugo Adam Bedau, one of our preeminent scholars on the subject. ality of the death penalty is appropriate to the seriousness and the finality of murder,” said Ernest van den Haag in this article.
He believes that the capital punishment of the death penalty is (2 pages) 25 4 Oct/ Subjects: Law & Government Essays > Law > Issues > Death Penalty.