June 2001
Christian Science Monitor;6/8/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 136, p10
Editorial. Discusses teenage mothers and fathers, the decline of teen pregnancy in the United States, and the likelihood that the administration of President George W. Bush will boost abstinence-only programs.


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