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A hallway at Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia. The prison, opened in 1829 and closed in 1970, pioneered the use of solitary confinement. Jacki Lyden /NPR hide caption

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Solitary Confinement: Punishment Or Cruelty?

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Kirk Bloodsworth was the first person in the U.S. to be exonerated by DNA evidence after receiving the death sentence. Convicted in 1985 of the rape and murder of a young girl, he was released in 1993. Mladen Antonov/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Once On Death Row, He Now Fights To Defeat The Death Penalty

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Adam Kantor and Betsy Woolfe star in the current off-Broadway revival of Jason Robert Brown's The Last Five Years. The Hartman Group / Second Stage Theatre hide caption

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'The Last Five Years' Returns To New York

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