It wasn’t until the early nineteenth century when concerns over “white slavery” erupted in America after it became a political issue, which is the fear of “women and girls being kidnapped or tricked into going overseas and once there forced into prostitution” (Koh). Because women and girls were being kidnapped and transported overseas, the United States pas...
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