Here are entered works on the private employment of convicts. Works on the employment, by one employer, of laborers under contract with another employer or with a contractor, and on the lending of laborers by one employer to another employer are entered under Contract system (Labor).
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- Lease system
- Prison labor
- Penal labour
Filed under: Convict labor -- Canada -- History -- 19th century
Filed under: Convict labor -- Michigan -- JacksonFiled under: Convict labor -- Soviet Union
Filed under: Convict labor -- Spain -- History
Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms.
Filed under: Forced labor
Filed under: Forced labor -- Congo (Democratic Republic)
Filed under: Forced labor -- Congo (Democratic Republic) -- Juvenile fiction
Filed under: Forced labor -- Economic aspects -- Soviet UnionFiled under: Forced labor -- Korea (North)
Filed under: Forced labor -- Korea (North) -- HistoryFiled under: Forced labor -- MalaysiaFiled under: Forced labor -- PakistanFiled under: Forced labor -- PeriodicalsFiled under: Forced labor -- Soviet Union
Filed under: Forced labor -- Uganda -- Gulu DistrictFiled under: Forced labor -- Uganda -- Kitgum DistrictFiled under: Forced labor -- United StatesFiled under: Slave labor
Filed under: Prisoners
Filed under: Prisoners -- Abuse of -- Government policy -- United StatesFiled under: Prisoners -- Abuse of -- International cooperation
Filed under: Political prisoners -- Abuse of -- United States
- The Hidden Gulag: Putting Human Rights on the North Korea Policy Agenda: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on East Asian and Pacific Affairs of the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, One Hundred Eighth Congress, First session, November 4, 2003 (Washington: GPO, 2003), by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. Subcommittee on East Asian and Pacific Affairs
Filed under: Prisoners of war -- Abuse of -- United StatesFiled under: Prisoners -- CaliforniaFiled under: Prisoners -- Civil rightsFiled under: Prisoners -- Fiction
- Committee Study of the Central Intelligence Agency's Detention and Interrogation Program, Together With Foreword by Chairman Feinstein, and Additional and Minority Views (redacted declassified summary version released 2014), by United States Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, contrib. by Dianne Feinstein, John D. Rockefeller, Ron Wyden, Mark Udall, Martin Heinrich, Angus King, Susan Collins, Saxby Chambliss, Richard M. Burr, James E. Risch, Daniel R. Coats, Marco Rubio, and Tom A. Coburn (PDF at senate.gov)
- The Report of the Constitution Project's Report on Detainee Treatment (Washington: Constitution Project, c2013), by Constitution Project Task Force on Detainee Treatment (PDF and Flash with commentary at detaineetaskforce.org)
Filed under: Prisoners -- Juvenile fictionFiled under: Prisoners -- MalawiFiled under: Prisoners -- United StatesFiled under: Criminals -- RehabilitationFiled under: EscapesFiled under: Prison psychologyFiled under: Prisoners of war
- Bird-Self Accumulated (New York and London: New York University Press, 1996), by Don Judson (HTML with commentary at NYU Press)
- Ambrose Bierce's "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge": An Annotated Critical Edition (West Cornwall, CT: Locust Hill Press, c2003), by Ambrose Bierce, ed. by Robert C. Evans (frame-dependent HTML and page images at ambrosebierce.org)
- A Long Day in a Short Life (New York: International Publishers, c1957), by Albert Maltz (multiple formats at archive.org)
- An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge, by Ambrose Bierce (Gutenberg text)
- Botany Bay: or, True Tales of Early Australia, by John Lang (PDF at SETIS)
- For the Term of His Natural Life, by Marcus Clarke
- The Star Rover, by Jack London (HTML at Sonoma)
- The Vicar of Wakefield, by Oliver Goldsmith
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