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Ho 73/3. Reformers were
well aware of the dangers of putting young people into ordinary adult
prisons, where they learnt only to be better criminals. The point
is made in this source, from 1837, in a letter to the Home Secretary,
Lord John Russell, from William Augustus Miles. The writer was so
keen to spread his views that he had the letter published as a pamphlet
at his own expense.
In Sources 1, 2 and 3, look
for the attitudes of the writers towards young criminals.
Contrast this with the sentence given in Source 4.
Put some of the evidence you have found
from these Sources into your Gallery Worksheet.