FREMONT, Mich. -- The American Decency Association, based here, ran a full-page ad in The New York Times Aug. 7, pleading with supermarket chain presidents to conceal the covers of sexually explicit magazines showcased at checkout racks. "From this national ad, we hope to bring this concern to the supermarket masses," Bill Johnson, the director of the Christian-based ADA, said. "We hope [supermarkets] will begin to feel pressures from the public about this issue." In the ad, the ADA listed ...

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