Brother AACOOLDRE : Public Schools and Prisons

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    This is how they run the public schools under this system

    By Andre Austin

    Some schools classes can go all year without knowing the names of their other students. Its silence or detention. No confidence building just a system of control and regulation.



    TWO TYPES OF PRISONS AUBURN VS PENNSYLVANIA

    “The Quakers (Only religious institution opposed to slavery) had an abhorrence for such cruel and barbarous punishments and played a leading role in the reform movement which gained momentum both here and in Europe after the American revolution. The keystone of the reform proposals was imprisonment under decent conditions as a substitute for corporal and capital punishments. The Quakers and their allies deserve major credit for the reforms in the criminal code and in penal procedures that were written into Pennsylvania law in the early 1790’s and spread eventually through the new nation. Imprisonment as a penalty in lieu of corporal and capital punishment was first used in this country during the period following 1789. The final triumph for the Quaker reformers came in 1794, when an act was passed in Pennsylvania which reduced the list of capital crimes to first degree murder and prescribed imprisonment for all other offenses. This act marks the beginning of the American prisons, which were in time to develop into our modern correctional system (3).
     
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