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The Ultimate Risk to New York Men: The Child Victims Act.

Trojan Horse legislation describes a law that has a benevolent title but contains reductions or eliminations of due process of law targeting social groups. An example of such a law is domestic violence which presumes the complainant as the victim, and amplifies the words of the victim.

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