Neuhaus, Richard John
May 1992
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;May1992, Issue 23, p83
Focuses on a condom issuance program designed for high school students in New York City in 1992. Implications of the program for school children; Purpose of the program; Comments on the program.


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