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In Jeff Jacobys essay Bring Back Flogging he states why he thinks that flogging should be brought back in our society today He backs his ideas up very well as to why he thinks them He catches the attention of the readers very well by introducing his essay with examples The example he gives also defines what flogging means also In his title bring back flogging he tells his readers his thesis This is a clear title that describes his point in writing his essay He tells us that the bigger the crime the harder the punishment was back in the old days However what he leaves out of his essay is how far should we take these punishments What exactly is the right procedure to convict one of these criminals What he does state is that now all we do is lock them up in a cage and what good does that doJacoby gives many reasons to why he thinks we should bring back flogging One being that he believes that imprisoning criminals is our solution to every crime today He states commit murder go to prison Sell cocaine go to prison Kite checks go to prison It is an all-purpose punishmentJacoby 120 His point is that most people who go on trial the odds of being arrested or anything is reassuringly long And yet many do not result in prison term Some crimes go on a three strike program This is true yet actually our government goes upon different situations require different punishments And who is to say what flogging procedure would be best for a person who committed adultery opposed to a person who committed murder What would the punishments call for Jacobys second major argument is the cost to cage criminals The common cost to imprison an inmate is 30000 per year He says these prisons are like graduate school for criminal studies And to many offenders there is
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