As a Bostonian, I choose life for Tsarnaev

With the conviction of surviving Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the trial moves on to the phase we have been debating for exactly two years now: what is the appropriate punishment for someone guilty of this kind of atrocity? More deeply, what constitutes justice, and how should it be carried out in this particular case? In his book “Grand Strategies: […]

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