The conclusion engages questions of historical memory and assesses the implications of late nineteenth and early twentieth century punishment for subsequent regimes of prison expansion and mass incarceration. This section argues for the necessity of gendered frameworks of analysis for understanding the development of carceral institutions and the character of carceral violence.
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