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What to make of the charges in Lindsey's indictment and his remedies? Family dysfunction sets in when poverty is combined with environmental stress and feelings of powerlessness and frustration. Secondly, it will require the restructuring of social insurance, including the retirement industry, unemployment insurance and health insurance. In a hostile political environment, social activism declined and openly anti-welfare attitudes reemerged. Women, children, the physically and mentally disabled, offenders, people with HIV/AIDS, the elderly, and people with homosexual or bisexual orientations will not be excluded. 11.

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