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74 (deaths/1000). html. 19 v. Holtzendorff, “Morbidita¨t und Mortalita¨t,” 456. 20 See Sebastian Scheerer, “Beyond Confinement? Notes on the History and Possible Future of Solitary Confinement in Germany,” in Institutions of Confinement: Hospitals, Asylums, and Prisons in Western Europe and North America, 1500–1950, ed. Norbert Finzsch and Robert Ju¨tte (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996), 349–361, 350. See also Randall McGowen, “The Well-Ordered Prison,” in The Oxford History of the Prison: The Practice of Punishment in Western Society, ed.

A total of seventy-seven reformers from twelve countries, including Russia, Denmark, France, Britain, and America, attended the conference. At the conference, the reformers debated the problem of solitary confinement and its implementation. 49 Solitary confinement provided an instant benefit of classification, as the me´lange of offenders who lived together in collective confinement could now be distinguished from one another, thus allowing for a more systematic application of punishment. The separation of inmates would also help criminologists and moral statisticians with the classification and quantification of the different “moral characters” of the convicts.

Moreover, the November 1858 elections signaled the beginning of the New Era of liberal confidence. 75 The failures of the 1848 Revolutions, coupled with almost a decade’s worth of state repression, had left liberals in disarray, divided both ideologically and socially. 78 The Camarilla became closely tied with the newspaper Kreuzzeitung, which became the main conservative news organ. Liberals viewed these conservative efforts with suspicion, as they believed Frederick William IV was trying to create a theocracy.

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