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Child Abuse in the 1950's
Transcript of Child Abuse in the 1950's
first child abuse laws and organizations
compared to today's child abuse laws
Physical punishment was accepted for educational or religious discipline
Affected victims for many years after incident
Abuse between family members
Religions allowed abuse in earlier times to keep the behavior of women "under control"
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