Beyond Rhetoric: A New American Agenda for Children and Families (Summary Report)
DIANE Publishing, Jul 1, 1995 - 104 pages
Presents the Commission1s findings, conclusions and recommendations. Part 1 focuses on the crisis facing the nation1s children and families. Part 2 presents the Commission1s agenda for the 19901s organized into chapters focused on the broad policy areas that are most vital to children and families. Part 3 summarizes the Commission1s vision for a better society and their recommendations for building the necessary commitment to achieve it. Photos and graphs.
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