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Other countries are following America's example, either importing Megan's laws or increasing penalties: after two little girls were murdered by a school caretaker, Britain has imposed multiple conditions on who can visit schools.
Which makes it all the more important to ask whether America's approach is the right one.
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Prior to going to Stanford Richard Posner is Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Chicago Law School.
Prior to going to Stanford Law School in 1968 as Associate Professor, Judge Posner served as general counsel of the President's Task Force on Communications Policy.
"It takes only a few minutes with A Guide to [America's] Sex to realize that the nation's laws governing what two consenting adults can do with one another are an odd jumble."—Eric Fidler, San Diego Commerce "Especially noteworthy is how laws governing various sexual activities vary from state to state."—Library Journal "Fascinating and often surprising facts are concisely documented and conveniently organized in A Guide."—Carlin Meyer, New York Law Journal Federal judge Posner (Overcoming Law, Harvard Univ., 1995) and Silbaugh (law, Boston Univ.) present a state-by-state comparison of laws related to sexual conduct and activity.
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