From The Managing Editor: Aug. 16, 1993

Magazines make mistakes, you will not be shocked to learn. When we do, of course, it's important to set the record straight. But sometimes we feel the need to alert our readers when there is only the possibility that a mistake has been made. This is one of those times.

In our issue of June 21, we published a cover story on the rise of prostitution around the world, particularly in Russia and Eastern Europe. As a following piece, we focused on a particularly terrible aspect of the problem, child prostitution. Our primary exhibit: a set of photographs taken in Moscow...

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