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The term public opinion is used to describe. the president's collected speeches and writings during his term in office. the analysis of events broadcasted by reporters during the evening news. people's beliefs and attitudes toward different issues. the U.S Supreme Court's decisions.

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Preface Hugo Adam Bedau is Fletcher Professor of Philosophy at Tufts University. He has written and edited a number of books on political philosophy and on capital punishment, including Death is Different () and The Death Penalty in America, 3rd edition ().He gratefully acknowledges the assistance of Henry Schwarzschild, Director Emeritus of the ACLU Capital.

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