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Today I have read a story “The Death Penalty Is a Step Back” by Coretta Scott King. It was very interesting and powerful. The author tries to persuade us in need of abolition of the death penalty. She puts some statistic and historical examples to show that it’s not right that the state kills its own people. The story is very emotional and gets the readers interest from the first paragraphs till the end. I understand the author very good but I also totally disagree with her viewpoint on the problem of the death penalty. I think that people should pay for everything they have done.