- Title Pages
- Preface and Acknowledgments
- 1 China’s Death Penalty Practice
- 2 The Criminal Justice System and the Death Penalty
- 3 Crimes of Counterrevolution and Politicized Use of the Death Penalty During the Mao Era
- 4 China’s Death Penalty in a State-Power-Based Society
- 5 From “Killing Many” to “Killing Fewer”
- 6 The Abolitionist and Retentionist Debate
- 7 Guiding Cases for China’s Death Penalty
- 8 The Death Penalty After the Restoration of Centralized Review
- 9 Public Opinion and the Death Penalty
- 10 Between Deference and Defiance
- 11 Chinese Capital Punishment in Comparative Perspective
- 12 China’s Death Penalty in the Twenty-First Century
- The Death Penalty In China
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