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Human Trafficking

David A. Feingold
Foreign Policy
No. 150 (Sep. - Oct., 2005), pp. 26-30, 32
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/30048506
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Abstract

Judging by news headlines, human trafficking is a recent phenomenon. In fact, the coerced movement of people across borders is as old as the laws of supply and demand. What is new is the volume of the traffic-and the realization that we have done little to stem the tide. We must look beyond our raw emotions if we are ever to stop those who trade in human lives.

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