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Edward D. Snow Jr., a former congressional aide, is a freelance writer from Utah.
Civil rights activists called Rev. Jerry Falwell "hysterical" for claiming that the recently passed Civil Rights Restoration Act could require churches to hire a "practicing, active homosexual drug addict with AIDS to be a teacher or youth pastor."
Most parents, especially those with teenagers, know the increasing costs of having children, but in Pricing the Priceless Child, Viviana Zelizer investigates the declining economic value of American children during the past century.
Controversy and intense media scrutiny marked Dee Jepsen's 14 months as President Reagan's Special Assistant for Public Liaison to women's organizations, until she resigned in October 1983 to work for the unsuccessful reelection campaign of her husband.
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