January 22, 2015


Illustration of criminals walking in a row
Correctional history in the United States is riddled with peculiar ideas about how to change behavior. In the colonial days, pillories were used to confine the heads of beggars and drunkards so that they were unable to avoid public gaze. Thieves were forever branded with the letter “T” and scolds were swung out over the...
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