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1). In response, antipolygamy activists have joined forces to launch a legal campaign against polygamy in the United States and in other parts of the world. According to the Associated Press, a Colorado organization, Polygamy Justice Project, and the International Human Rights Clinic of New York University School of Law, with the Child Protection Project, are advocating for state and federal law enforcement ofﬁcials to continue to investigate and prosecute polygamy-related abuses. In addition, they are calling for legislative change and ensuring that services are available to abuse victims (Associated Press, 2002).
Religious tenets that espouse male domination and female subservience may also play a role in battering. Additionally, religious traditions that oppose divorce and stress the importance of family unity may ultimately place women and children in physical danger. For example, Alsdurf (1985) found that 26 percent of Protestant ministers in the United States and Canada afﬁrmed that the subordinate role requires women to defer to their abusive husbands, trusting that God will ultimately protect them by ending the violence or giving them the strength to cope.
Elderly individuals may be targeted for ﬁnancial exploitation. Women are recruited for their reproductive and sexual abilities. Lalich (1997) notes that women in cults are commonly exploited sexually, often by the cult leader. Polygamy Polygamous families are also a concern to human rights advocates and law enforcement. The number of people who practice polygamy is estimated to be somewhere between 30,000 and 40,000 in the United States. Polygamy introduction was a cornerstone of the Mormon faith until the practice was outlawed in 1890 by the church.
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