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Last Words

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Last Words

150.00

Case, 12 x 5 x 10.375 inches
3 volumes, 8 x 10 inches each
968 pages
Print-on-demand

Printed with a photocopier
Folder bindings with laser etching
Includes laser cut pages

On December 7, 1982, the state of Texas recorded the last statement of Charlie Brooks, Jr. before putting him to death by lethal injection. Since then, 541 more inmates have been put to death by the state. The Texas Department of Criminal Justice maintains a public database of every last statement made by its death row inmates. Last Words documents these final statements and makes them available in print for the first time. This box set covers 1982–2009 in three volumes. Last Words is a living document and additional volumes will be added for each decade that Texas continues to put inmates to death. A manila envelope containing publication information, an introduction, and infographics helps to set a context for the project.

This book is print-on-demand model. If you order a copy today, you can expect to receive the book within a month.

Acquired by the UTSA Libraries Special Collection, 2017

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Case, 12 x 5 x 10.375 inches
3 volumes, 8 x 10 inches each
968 pages
Print-on-demand

Printed with a photocopier
Folder bindings with laser etching
Includes laser cut pages

On December 7, 1982, the state of Texas recorded the last statement of Charlie Brooks, Jr. before putting him to death by lethal injection. Since then, 541 more inmates have been put to death by the state. The Texas Department of Criminal Justice maintains a public database of every last statement made by its death row inmates. Last Words documents these final statements and makes them available in print for the first time. This box set covers 1982–2009 in three volumes. Last Words is a living document and additional volumes will be added for each decade that Texas continues to put inmates to death. A manila envelope containing publication information, an introduction, and infographics helps to set a context for the project.

This book is print-on-demand model. If you order a copy today, you can expect to receive the book within a month.

Acquired by the UTSA Libraries Special Collection, 2017