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Pennsylvania was the leader in sentencing and correctional reform in the early history of the United States. Discuss what groups were associated with this reform. • Why did they want the reform? • Examine whether it was successful and if the reform brought forth further changes. • What influences does the system have on the correctional system today? • What influences have changed? Why?

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CRJS450-IP1NameClassDateProfessorCRJS400-IP1 When our forefathers and drafter of the US Constitution fled the oppression of England and aided in establishing this great country the goal was to limit the power of the government and broaden the powers of the state. Due to the inadequacies of the Article of Confederation there was a need to establish a constitution that would solve both the political and economic challenges facing the country. The three branches were established in Article I, II, and III of the US Constitution and consist of the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of government. The Articles developed by Congress lacked the authority to make the states work together to solve national problems (USSD, 2004). This lack of measure to enforce laws and regulation resulted in a need for a stronger American government. The drafters of the US Constitution saw a strong central government as providing the government with certain federal authority without limiting the power of the state. This caused much controversy between the southern and northern states. The most serious controversy erupted over the question of regulation of

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