A saga of spouse abuse

Marano, Hara Estroff
May 1996
Psychology Today;May/Jun96, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p56
Profiles public prosecutor Sarah Buel, who is considered America's most effective weapon against domestic violence. Buel as a victim of spouse abuse; Batterers' portrayal of themselves as the injured party; Battered women's fear of losing their children or of being unable to protect them; Buel's Harvard Law scholarship; Career path.


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