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Further Readings

Clements, Tracy M. 1996. "Prostitution and the American Health Care System: Denying Access to a Group of Women in Need." Berkeley Women's Law Journal 11.

Conant, Michael. 1996. "Federalism: The Mann Act, and the Imperative to Decriminalize Prostitution." Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy 5 (winter).

Flowers, R. Barri. 2001. Sex Crimes, Predators, Perpetrators, Prostitutes, and Victims: An Examination of Sexual Criminality and Victimization. Springfield, Ill.: C.C. Thomas.

Hanna, Cheryl. 2002. "Somebody's Daughter: The Domestic Trafficking of Girls for the Commercial Sex Industry and the Power of Love." William & Mary Journal of Women and the Law 9 (fall).

Hauge, Carol H. 1995. "Prostitution of Women and International Human Rights Law: Transforming Exploitation into Equality." New York International Law Review 8 (summer).

Kuo, Lenore. 2002. Prostitution Policy: Revolutionizing Practice Through a Gendered Perspective. New York: New York Univ. Press.

Lucas, Ann M. 1995. "Race, Class, Gender, and Deviancy: The Criminalization of Prostitution." Berkeley Women's Law Journal 10.

McCoy, Amy. Summer 2002. "Children 'Playing Sex for Money': A Brief History of the World's Battle Against the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children." New York Law School Journal of Human Rights 18 (summer).

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