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Chapter 26: Race and Sexual Offending: An Overview

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Race and Sexual Offending: An Overview
Race and sexual offending: An overview
JenniferWheelerSex Offender Treatment Program Monroe Correctional Complex—Twin Rivers Unit, Monroe, WA
William H.GeorgeUniversity of Washington

The white women of the South are in a state of siege.… Some lurking Demon who has watched for the opportunity to seize her; she is choked or beaten into insensibility and ravished, her body prostituted, her purity destroyed, her chastity taken from her.… Shall men … demand for the right to have a fair trial and be punished in the regular course of justice? So far as I am concerned he has put himself outside the pale of the law, human and divine.

South Carolina Senator Ben Tillman, in his 1907 speech before Congress arguing for the abandonment of due process ...

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