A farmer talks horse sense

Warren, Patricia Nell
April 1995
Advocate;4/4/95, Issue 678, p31
Criticizes the United States government's medieval methods of handling the AIDS epidemic. Comparison of the government's public health policy to the old method of eradicating animal disease; Increased risk of AIDS transmission in prisons due to the prevalence of rape among inmates; Religious extremist Lou Sheldon's call for the criminalization of HIV-positive people.


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