The bizarre history of solitary confinement

From Quakers to the Quaker President

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Once considered torture, now business as usual

Solitary confinement used to be considered a form of torture in the United States and was not used widely.

Then like many evil things - the war on drugs and our private health insurance system - it was given life by Richard Nixon and his fellow band of psychopaths.

The details of today's grim reality.

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