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- Annotated Bibliography Kara Siddarth(2008 Sex Trafficking Inside the Business of Modern Slavery Columbia University Press General OneFile Gale

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Annotated Bibliography Kara, Siddarth, (2008), Sex Trafficking: Inside the Business of Modern Slavery , Columbia University Press. General OneFile . Gale. Apollo Library. 18 Feb. 2009 <http://find.galegroup.com/ips/start.do?prodId=IPS>. This is a good resource and credible website for gathering facts and information about Sex Trafficking. The author, Kara, used economics and business arguments rather than social policy to eradicate the sex trade McGill, Craig, (2003), Human Traffic: Sex, Slaves, and Immigration. Vision. This is an exception overview article where information can be gathered about past and current issues dealing with sex, slaves, and immigration. Despite the anecdotes, which are valuable first-person accounts, the author focuses on the specifics of immigration and how this may lead to slavery. With this article the author gives an in depth situation and explanation on the specifics of immigration. King, Gilbert, (2004),
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- Annotated Bibliography Kara Siddarth(2008 Sex Trafficking Inside the Business of Modern Slavery Columbia University Press General OneFile Gale

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