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Published on: August 10, 2015
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The Politics of a Panic

Richard Beck explains 1980s-era child abuse hysteria as part of a traditionalist backlash, but he sidesteps the role of progressive politics in moral panics, past and present.

Jason Willick is a staff writer at The American Interest. You can follow him on Twitter @jawillick.
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