Death for Gilmore?

Buckley Jr., WM. F.
December 1976
National Review;12/24/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 49, p1422
The article presents commentaries on U.S. politics as of December 24, 1976. The American Civil Liberties Union's opposed death row convict Gary Mark Gilmore's plea to the state of Utah to get on with its capital sentence. A gun-related juvenile delinquency in Chicago, Illinois was dismissed because of the absence of gun licenses by those who committed crimes. A profile of Eldridge Cleaver, godfather of the Black Panther organization, is presented.


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