On the Punishment of Death.
This is a great impediment to society since it highlights the sad reality that the underlying causes of crime have not yet been addressed.
Race and immigration — examine people of which race is more likely than others committing crimes. Group the two types of questions and research for the answers.
The illumination of the streets, during the night, at the public expense; guards stationed in different quarters of the city; the plain and moral discourses of religion, reserved for the silence and tranquillity of churches, and protected by authority; and harangues in support of the interest of the public, delivered only at the general meetings of the nation, in parliament, or where the sovereign resides; are all means to prevent the dangerous effects of the misguided passions of the people Edition: current; Page:  These should be the principal objects of the vigilance of a magistrate, and which the French call Police; but if this magistrate should act in an arbitrary manner, and not in conformity to the code of laws, which ought to be in the hand of every member of the community, he opens a door to tyranny, which always surrounds the confines of political liberty.
Their actions are centered on their survival, and as long as they are not caught, they do not view their actions as criminal offences.
However, these youth criminals may have much less severe punishment than adults may have who have done the same crime. And how great are the obligations due from mankind to that philosopher, who, from the obscurity of his closet, had the courage to scatter among the multitude the seeds of useful truths, so long unfruitful!
The high unemployment rates do little to curtail the spread of crime among the population, seeing that many individuals do not have employment that keeps them away from crime.
This evil will be still greater, if the laws be written in a language unknown to the people; who, being ignorant of the consequences of their own actions, become necessarily dependent on a few, who are interpreters of the laws, which, instead of being public and general, are thus rendered private and particular.
The authorities need to adopt necessary measures to resolve this problem.
Being able to measure the amount of crime allows the creation and tracking of crime trends. At the same time, choosing a narrow topic may be difficult to write due to the lack of available information. The impression of pain, then, may increase to such a degree, that, occupying the mind entirely, it will compel the sufferer to use the shortest method of freeing himself from torment.