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Now I Can See the Moon

a Story of a Social Panic, False Memories, and a Life Cut Short
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In the 1980s and 1990s, a social panic over child sex abuse swept through the United States, landing childcare workers in prison and leading hundreds of women to begin recalling episodes of satanic ritual abuse and childhood abuse by family members. Now I Can See the Moon is a personal account of the devastating impact the…

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