American Changes between 1825-1850 DBQ

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American History

 

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January 29, 2012

 

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The penitentiary movement began by Dorothea Dix reformed the nation's prisons and insane asylums to improve the living conditions and treatment of criminals, paupers, and emotionally disturbed persons. Separate penitentiaries were later instituted for the reformation of juvenile delinquents. Instead of "confining without distinction the more and less vicious", where the latter can learn "little but the ways of the wicked", their separation will salvage the less vicious through "religious and moral instruction" and "render them valuable members of society"...
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Separate penitentiaries were later instituted for the reformation of juvenile delinquents. Instead of "confining without distinction the more and less vicious", where the latter can learn "little but the ways of the wicked", their separation will salvage the less vicious through "religious and moral instruction" and "render them valuable members of society"...
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