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Saturday, October 1, 2016

The child abuse scandal at Penn State has far-reaching ramifications, and it also speaks to the serious issue of abuse beyond one specific campus. Mitch Albom writes in a new column, “One Man’s Actions, And The Incalculable Damage Done”:

The damage done by former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky, if the charges against him prove to be true, is almost unimaginable — except for the roughly 14 percent of boys and 33 percent of girls, according to some estimates, who have been molested before the age of 18.