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Law on Rape

to face, he admits, yet part of the structure of the game.
In business it is the same, states Shephen Cruz, a Mexican-American who successfully went up the corporate ladder. He notes how each person and group has their own agenda, putting down others in the process of getting ahead. The American Dream, he thinks, is governed by this quest for upward mobility, power and selfishness, so that each person draws from the advantages made available (and minorities take the benefits of the civil rights movement) and answers in- dividualistically the society from which one emerged: "We owe nothing to anybody." It is a grim reminder that change comes hard in America and that dreamers must carefully calculate their alternatives. Utopian radicals like Helen and Scott Nearing have retreated to the hinterlands of America and want as little to do with money and the system of exchange as possible. Theirs Is the American Dream in isolation and near self- dependency. Others like former Cleveland Mayor, Dennis Kucinich, view themselves as still on the firing line, Law on Rape Vibhuti Patel Rape: Proposed Changes in the Law, Lawyers Collective, Bombay,

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