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Charles Colson, in his recent letter (Prison Fellowship), points out a new level of malice abroad today with the marketing of a new family board game called “Capital Punishment.” He points out that instead of buying houses on Boardwalk or collecting $200 for passing “Go,” the players are each given four “criminals.” The object of the game is to get them past the “liberals” and into the electric chair. The first player to execute all four of his criminals wins the game. No matter how you stand on capital punishment — this game certainly represents a new low in pampering public malice.

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