So You've Been Publicly ShamedAudiobook CD - 2015
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cmlibrary_sgoldstein Dec 14, 2015
Like being caught in a riptide, this book pulled me in ferociously with a story about a young journalist who regrets destroying an author's career. The emotions in this recollection are raw and familiar — it's a universal fear to be publicly shamed. This book is profound, entertaining, frightenin... Read More »
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P 248 And after they were jailed, things got only worse. At Walpole-Massachusetts's most riot-prone prison during the 1970s-officers intentionally flooded the cells and put insects in the prisoners' food. They forced inmates to lie face-down before they were allowed meals. Sometimes officers would tell prisoners they had a visitor... then the officer would say that he was just kidding. And so on. 'They thought these things would be how to get them to obey," Gilligan told me. 'But it did the exact opposite. It stimulated violence.' 'Literally every killer told you this?' I asked. 'It amazed me how universal it was,' Gilligan replied. 'Over decades.'
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