Coercive Confinement In Post Ind Irl
Patients, Prisoners And Penitents
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Provides an overview of the incarceration of tens of thousands of men, women and children during the first fifty years of Irish independence. Psychiatric hospitals, mother and baby homes, Magdalen homes, Reformatory and Industrial schools, prisons and Borstal formed a network of institutions of coercive confinement integral to the emerging state.