What was the outcome of the Supreme Court ruling in Furman v. Georgia?
What is the main reason why some people support the death penalty?
What is the primary argument of those who oppose the death penalty?
What was the basis of the Supreme Court's ruling in Furman v. Georgia?
What was the Supreme Court's decision in Gregg v Georgia regarding the death penalty laws?
Which of the following best summarizes the supporting argument presented in the text for maintaining the death penalty?
What is the primary opposing argument against the death penalty mentioned in the text?
What does the 8th Amendment protect us from?
What is preventive detention according to the text?
In which case did the Supreme Court uphold preventive detention?
What did the Supreme Court decide in the early 1970s regarding capital punishment laws?
What is the main purpose of sharing the lesson with students?
What is the recommended method of sharing the lesson with students?
What should students do when they have completed their assignment?
What action is required when clicking the link to access the digital files?
What should teachers do before sharing a slide with students?
Which step ensures that students will not be editing the master copy of the digital file?
What should students do if they want to turn in their assignment using Google Classroom?
What happens when students click the provided link to access the digital files?
What should teachers do after signing into their Google account?
What should teachers do if they have any questions about sharing the lesson materials?
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