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The California Institution for Women, Tehachapi, pitted those who viewed rehabilitating female inmates as crucial to creating community bonds against critics who derided the coddling of hardened criminals, no matter what their gender. The controversy doomed the prison. This book argues that this failure does not negate its historical importance.
Kathleen Cairns teaches history and women's studies at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo. A former reporter and editor for Knight-Ridder newspapers, she is the author of two books: Front-Page Women Journalists, 1920-1950 and The Enigma Woman: The Death Sentence of Nellie May Madison.