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Editorial: Who failed the gymnasts? It wasn't 'the system'

Serial predator Larry Nassar is headed to prison for the rest of his life, a fate he richly deserves. The Michigan State University doctor sexually abused scores of female gymnasts and other athletes under the guise of medical care.

End of story? Not even close. The fallout from his case is spreading like a mushroom cloud. MSU's athletic director resigned on Friday. Earlier in the week, MSU President

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