Mary B. Harris quotes

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... imprisonment itself, entailing loss of liberty, loss of citizenship, separation from family and loved ones, is punishment enou ...
One thing I have learned in institutions is not to press hard on the fact that their inmates are, like the rest of mankind, sinner ...
... throughout the ages down to modern times, conditions of imprisonment, what with overcrowding, idleness, and all their attendan ...
Unless we maintain correctional institutions of such character that they create respect for law and government instead of breeding ...
... an institution cannot be run progressively on a basis of fear.
Reformation, like education, is a journey, not a destination.
Shut out from the world with its blare and glare, life in an institution moves softly. The ears become attuned to gentle notes and ...
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