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Child Abuse

Further Readings

Ahearn, James. 2003. "Quantifying Priestly Abuse." The Record (January 15).

Bayles, Fred. 2002. "Seven Grand Juries Examine Bishops." USA Today (June 20).

Cooperman, Alan. 2003. "N.Y. Grand Jury Faults Diocese on Handling of Sexual Abuse." Washington Post (February 11).

Ferdinand, Pamela. 2002. "Archdiocese Agrees to Report Past Sex Abuse Allegations." Washington Post (January 25).

Lavoie, Denise. 2002. "Boston Cardinal Bernard Law, Other Bishops Subpoenaed to Testify by Grand Jury." AP Worldstream (December 13).

Moore, Jill D. 1995. "Charting a Course between Scylla and Charybdis: Child Abuse Registries and Procedural Due Process." North Carolina Law Review 73.

Simpson, Victor L. 2002. "Boston's Cardinal Law Resigns After Months of Public Outrage That He Failed to Protect Children." AP Worldstream (December 13).

Zoll, Rachel. 2002. "Boston Scandal Leads Other U.S. Catholic Dioceses to Open up About Sex Abuse." AP World-stream (March 6).

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