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they make it clear that the murder rate varies greatly and that most of the variation is unlikely to be related to the execution rate, yet neither they nor the papers they discuss pay at- tention to modeling all this variation. They argue that this variation swamps death penalty deterrence effects and suggest that this makes estimating those effects hope- less.
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