Within our reach: breaking the cycle of disadvantage

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Anchor Press/Doubleday, 1988 - Family & Relationships - 398 pages
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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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Within our reach: breaking the cycle of disadvantage

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This book, emphasizing the necessity for intensive, knowledgeably planned and staffed social services for young children, families, and adolescents identified as being at risk, picks up where Marian ... Read full review

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I didn't read this book because I couldn't think of anything else I'd rather read. I read it because I'm involved in a project that requires me to broaden my understanding of the issues that interfere ... Read full review


The High Cost of Rotten Outcomes I
Inseparable Combination
Schools Balance Wheel of the Social Machinery

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About the author (1988)

Daniel Schorr has covered the news for more than six decades. In addition to winning three Emmys(R), he has received the Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Golden Baton for Exceptional Contribution to Radio and Television Reporting and Commentary, a Peabody personal award for "a lifetime of uncompromising reporting of the highest integrity," and the George Polk Radio commentary award. He has been inducted into the Society of Professional Journalists Hall of Fame. Schorr reported alongside Edward R. Murrow and Walter Cronkite for CBS, started CNN with Ted Turner, and is now senior news analyst for National Public Radio(R).