Somebody's Daughter by Julian Sher
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Somebody's Daughter Summary
They are America's forgotten children, the hundreds of thousands of child prostitutes who walk the Las Vegas Strip, the casinos of Atlantic City, the truck stops on interstates, and the street corners of our cities. Many people wrongly believe sex trafficking involves young women from foreign lands. In reality, the majority of teens caught in the sex trade are American girls--runaways and throwaways who become victims of ruthless pimps.
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"The sex trade is the new drug trade," writes Sher, who draws attention to the 300,000 American minors trafficked and prostituted each year in his thorough, deeply affecting study." - Publishers Weekly
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