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Contents Introduction 1. Date Rape: An Overview University of Kentucky Police Department 2. Drugs Are the Culprit in Many Date Rapes Cynthia M. Piccolo 3. Alcohol Contributes to Most Cases of Date Rape Roger Dobson and Sarah Kate Templeton 4. Alcohol Is Not the Cause of Date Rape Scott Hampton 5. Young Men Must Understand What Constitutes Rape Mike Hardcastle 6. The Definition of Rape Has Been Unfairly Changed Peter Zohrab 7. The Definition of Rape Has Been Duly Clarified Sherry F. Colb 8. Date Rapists Should Not Be Severely Prosecuted Kathleen Parker 9. Date Rapists Should Be Severely Prosecuted Katherine Eastvold 10. Date Rape Drugging Is Widespread in the Queer Community Zak Szymanski 11. Campus Feminists Provoke False Rape Accusations David R. Usher 12. Campus Culture Allows Rape to Go Unpunished Jessica Bauer 13. Legislation Is Needed to Protect Rape Victims Emily Charlap 14. Legislation Is Not Needed to Protect Rape Victims Wendy McElroy 15. People Who Make False Rape Accusations Should Be Severely Punished Jonna M. Spilbor 16. Finding Justice in Rape Cases Is Difficult Dahlia Lithwick
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Date rape -- United States.