On July 6, 1885, the first article in Stead’s exposé was published. Stead revealed how thousands of girls, most of whom were between 13 and 15 years old, were bought for sex by prominent London men, including a “well-known member of Parliament,” a cabinet minister, a doctor and a clergyman who obtained a 12-year old virgin for £20.
Teens selling candy door to door on Madison's West Side were reported to police after a resident said she never heard of the charity they were supposed to be representing.
Carin Clauss was the first woman Solicitor in the U.S. Department of Labor.
Served as the 30th PresidentAffiliation: Republican Party2015 Presidential Ranking: 27Previous Positions: Northampton, Mass. City Councilman, City Solicitor, Clerk of Courts, Member of Massachusetts Legislature, Mayor of Northampton, Mass., Member of Massachusetts Legislature, Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts, Governor of Massachusetts, Vice President