By Puzarenko V.G.
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Incarceration was not used. 24 During the eighteenth century, however, members of other social classes, including thousands of transported disreputables, many of them convicts, poured in. Many towns and all cities constructed jails. Still, the threat of the rabble was not as great as it was in England, and so these early jails were small and much more humanely managed than England's. They were patterned after rooming houses, and the prisoners suffered no restrictions other than the confinement.
19 In the sixteenth century, England introduced the less blatantly cruel and punitive workhouses, called bridewells, to manage and reform the poor. 20 By the middle ofthe eighteenth century, in many counties the "county gaol [was] also a bridewell"; and many of the prisoners sentenced to houses of correction, to be engaged in hard labor in order to reform them, were actually idle and were treated the same as the felons and debtors held in the jails. 21 By the nineteenth century, the bridewells, as well as the poorhouses, had been completely amalgamated with the jails.
He lives in the Tenderloin, a neighborhood filled with petty street hustlers , and currently tries to make a living selling bogus hash to strangers around Union Square (the center of the downtown shopping area). He has been arrested six or seven times for this activity in the last couple of years. This time he had sold some bogus hash to a man , and immediately two plainclothes police officers arrested him. They charged him with three marijuana felonies: possession, sale, and possession for sale.
A Certain Reducibility on Admissible Sets by Puzarenko V.G.