Saturday Link Love: Executions, Speed Limits, and Anne Frank

Saturday Link Love: Executions, Speed Limits, and Anne Frank April 29, 2017

Saturday Link Love is a feature where I collect and post links to various articles I’ve come upon over the past week. Feel free to share any interesting articles you’ve come along as well! The more the merrier.

In Its Rush to Kill, Arkansas May Have Executed an Innocent Man, on ACUL—“The more I learned about his case, the more troubled I felt. There were gross, shocking abuses throughout. I discovered that Ledell’s relationship with his lawyers had broken down over his insistence on defending his innocence.”

Is Every Speed Limit Too Low? on Priceonomics—“Over the past 12 years, Lt. Megge has increased the speed limit on nearly 400 of Michigan’s roadways. … Lt. Megge advocates for raising speed limits because he believes it makes roads safer.

Who Does the Anne Frank Center Represent? on the Atlantic—“Before Goldstein officially became executive director in June 2016, the center was an obscure educational organization with a tiny storefront museum in New York City that few visited.”

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