Because I Remember Terror, Father, I Remember You
destroys our complacency about who among us can commit unspeakable
atrocities, who is subjected to them, and who can stop them. From
age four to eighteen, Sue William Silverman was repeatedly sexually
abused by her father, an influential government official and
successful banker. Through her eyes, we see an outwardly normal
family built on a foundation of horrifying secrets that long went
unreported, undetected, and unconfessed.
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