Public Eye: Beyond Strange Bedfellows How the “War on Trafficking” Was Made to Unite the Left and Right

Today, nearly 20 years have passed since Horowitz managed to align onetime Playboy Club muckraker Steinem with Nixon’s “dirty tricks” man Colson under the banner of fighting human trafficking. But the fact of these “strange bedfellows” coming together despite their differences isn’t the whole story. From the outset, Horowitz’s goal was to unite conservatives and liberals, including religious and secular leaders. He had envisioned a coalition like this before he zeroed in on trafficking as the cause—the vehicle—that could achieve it.

Beyond Strange Bedfellows How the “War on Trafficking” Was Made to Unite the Left and Right” by Melissa Gira Grant for Public Eye

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