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This book is essential for understanding the growth and development of instituions that create, maintain, and even impose order on modern society. Rothman suggests connections between the asylum, prisons, schools, factories, and hospitals. His work couples nicely with that of Foucault but Rothman's is by far, more accessible.
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I really enjoyed reading this book, though it did take me a while to read through it. Rothman advances an argument to explain why America turned to instituionalization of different classes of people ... Read full review
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