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Which of the following was declared by the Supreme Court to be "cruel and unusual punishment"? a. denying inmates needed medical treatment b. use of the electric chair as a form of execution c. placing two inmates in a cell built for one d. use of the firing squad as a form of execution
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Denying inmates needed medical treatment was declared by the Supreme Court to be "cruel and unusual punishment".

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