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October 1991
National Review;10/21/1991, Vol. 43 Issue 19, p16
Gives a conservative response to the New York Board of Education's recent rejection of an amendment that would have allowed parents to keep their children out of its condom-distribution program. Recent studies which find that contraceptive and sex education substantially increases the odds of starting intercourse in the early or mid teens.


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