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Debbie Nathan (b. 1950) is an award-winning American feminist journalist and author. She is known for her work in dismantling popular myths such as satanic ritual abuse, and for her coverage of criminal justice and immigration issues. Her books include Satan's Silence (2001), Pornography (2007), and Sybil Exposed (2011). Nathan received her undergraduate education at Shimer College and Temple University, and holds a master's degree from the University of Texas. She is a board member of the National Center for Reason and Justice. (from Shimer College Wiki)
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