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Indexes many journals back to 1982 and, beginning with 1995, includes many full-text articles. The analyst will provide a preliminary reaction to the application within 30 days. Social workers see first-hand the debilitating effect of poverty on those struggling to patch together meager resources to pay all the bills. National Child Traumatic Stress Network The 2000 Children’s Health Act (P. Current proposals for welfare reform, including block grants, job training, and "workfare" represent mere tinkering with a failed system.

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Publisher: Child Poverty Action Group (January 1, 1995)

ISBN: 0946744777

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