conclude that dreaming is another form of consciousness. As a result of the Chicago scientists’ conclusions, scores of researchers around the world designed programs to study dreams in laboratories. But, within a few years, most gave up because the work did not seem to be leading anywhere.
Your article on the investigation of child abuse in Prescott, Ont. (“Rumor and scandal,” Justice, March 26), was superior to most of the national media reports. Considering that in North America one in four female children and one in 10 male children may be sexually abused, one hardly needs a course in probability to propose that the condition exists in every community in the country.
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