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McDonald, Marci
December 1997
U.S. News & World Report;12/29/97, Vol. 123 Issue 25, p48
Discusses how to reduce teen pregnancy. The benefit of the program, Teen Outreach Program (TOP), where teenage volunteers work with others' crack babies; How TOP is financed; The reaction of crusaders for the warring camps of both sex education and abstinence counseling.


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