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'A Saint on Death Row' is an Intervention in Public Memorynew

Thomas Cahill catalogs every disgraceful aspect of Dominique Green's experience with the justice system. His larger mission, though, is to examine the changes Green underwent after receiving his death sentence -- his transformation from a troubled teenager into what Cahill calls "a fully achieved human being."
The Texas Observer  |  Todd Moye  |  08-12-2009  |  Nonfiction

Considering Dominique Green, Capital Punishment, and Justicenew

Dominique Green's execution and short life--he was arrested, convicted, and sent to Death Row at age 18--is the subject of popular history writer Thomas Cahill's remarkable new book.
Baltimore City Paper  |  Michael Corbin  |  04-21-2009  |  Nonfiction

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