Scott W. Sterns

author, “The Trials of Nina McCall”

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Scott W. Sterns on KCRW

A government program called the American Plan gave law enforcement the right to lock-up any woman they suspected of promiscuity.

The forgotten history of one of the biggest U.S. federal detention programs

A government program called the American Plan gave law enforcement the right to lock-up any woman they suspected of promiscuity.

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