- Title Pages
- 1 Can the Souls of Black Folk Be Redeemed? Race, Religion, and the Politics of Public Appeals for Salvation from the Execution Chamber
- 2 Performing Discretion or Performing Discrimination? Race, Ritual, and the Denial of Participatory Rights in Capital Jury Selection
- 3 Do Blacks Die Alone? The Role of Collective Identities in Individual African American Views of the Death Penalty
- 4 What We Tell Each Other: African American Folk Knowledge of the Death Penalty
- 5 Something Less Than Equal but the Same: The Death Penalty and the Inversion of Equality in African American Politics of Punishment
- Appendix A
- Appendix B
- Appendix C
- Appendix D
Additional Cross-Tabulations Utilizing Houston Area Survey Data (see Chapter 3)
- At the Cross
- Oxford University Press
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