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auburn system meaning in Hindi

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  1. From the efforts at the Walnut Street Jail and Pennsylvania System, inmates almost never did, but under the Auburn System most inmates labored in congregate workshops by day and slept alone.
  2. Under the Auburn system, prisoners slept alone at night and labored together in a congregate workshop during the day for the entirety of their fixed criminal sentence as set by a judge.
  3. The Auburn system's combination of congregate labor in prison workshops and solitary confinement by night became a near-universal ideal in United States prison systems, if not an actual reality.
  4. Although the ideas of the Auburn System have been abandoned, the prison continues to serve as a maximum security facility, and is one of the most secure prisons in the continental United States.
  5. The Auburn system was a marked difference from the earlier Pennsylvania plan popularized at Eastern State Penitentiary in which cell blocks radiated out from a central building ( and was the original design for the nearby Disciplinary Barracks before it was torn down and replaced by a totally new prison.
  6. The "'Auburn system "'( also known as the "'New York System "') is a Whigs favored this system because it promised to rehabilitate criminals by teaching them personal discipline and respect for work, property, and other people.
  7. The Pennsylvania System was opposed contemporaneously by the Auburn system ( also known as the New York system ), which held that prisoners should be forced to work together in silence, and could be subjected to physical punishment ( Sing Sing prison was an example of the Auburn system ).
  8. The Pennsylvania System was opposed contemporaneously by the Auburn system ( also known as the New York system ), which held that prisoners should be forced to work together in silence, and could be subjected to physical punishment ( Sing Sing prison was an example of the Auburn system ).
  9. In the Auburn Prison, John Cray developed the following form of the lockstep, as part of the penal system that has become known as the Auburn system, developed in the 1820s : " The lockstep was a method of walking where each man walked with his arms locked under the man's arms in front of him ".
  10. Despite its early scandals and regular political power struggles that left it with an unstable administrative structure, Massachusetts opened a new prison in 1826 modeled on the Auburn system, and within the first decade of Auburn's existence, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maryland, Kentucky, Ohio, Tennessee, and the District of Columbia all constructed prisons patterned on its congregate system.
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