When asked what the fastest growing violent crime in the United States is, today, a large percentage of people don't know the answer to that question. Whereas, the first step toward resolving any real problem is the recognition and acknowledgement of it. The featured question's answer is: The physical abuse of women and children - including rape - by adult males. (Susan Brownmiller, AGAINST OUR WILL: Men, Women & Rape. THE UNDECLARED WAR AGAINST WOMEN, Susan Faludi) That fact, accompanied by a large percentage of adults who are unaware of it - the most serious domestic problem in the nation - is an indictment of the entire educational media in the country. Take your own survey, randomly ask folks what Rock and Roll Band first performed 'Sympathy for the Devil' - the vast majority will not only know the answer, most polled people will be able to quote the various lyrics of that band for five minutes straight, without repeating themselves; whereas, that same approximate percentage of polled people do not know the fastest growing violent crime in the United States. Now, THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT (Draw your own conclusions?) Can information such as that conveyed in this post do anything to provide more security for the cited victim's of the nation's most insidious domestic problem? Might more public education of this problem help alleviate it?