Within our reach: breaking the cycle of disadvantage
As increasing numbers of young people unemployed and unemployable bear babies they are incapable of rearing, Lisbeth and Daniel Schorr take a bold, hardheaded, and optimistic approach to reversing the incidence of welfare dependency and alienated, uneducated youth.
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The High Cost of Rotten Outcomes I
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