People, planet in peril

Jordan, Susan
August 2004
Empty Closet;Aug2004, Issue 371, pA2
Comments on several factors that influence the quality of people's lives. HIV/AIDS; Insistence of the administration of U.S. President George W. Bush on abstinence; Environmental degradation.


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