Adoption: a second chance

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Free Press, 1977 - Family & Relationships - 251 pages
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Reveals that, in general, adopted children are more stable, have fewer emotional problems, and are intellectually superior to children restored to their natural parents and to those placed in foster homes

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Contents

The changing face of adoption
1
The children and their natural families
17
the children at two
28
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