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The idea that imprisonment 'corrects' prisoners stretches back to some of the earliest texts in history

By J. Nicholas Reid, Professor Old Testament and Ancient Near Eastern Studies, Reformed Theological Seminary
Mesopotamia’s prisons were built for detaining people, not punishing them. But they shaped powerful ideas about justice and reform that aren’t so different from today’s.The Conversation

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