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Tocqueville and Beaumont briefly provide the historical development of the idea of the penitentiary system in America. Penitentiaries were invented as Author: Gustave de Beaumont, Alexis de Tocqueville. Fifth Annual Report of the Board of 1830. book of the Prison Discipline Society. Boston: Perkins and Marvin.
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