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At least leave them free to divorce or lead their lives as they see fit. Wallerstein, 2003, Likhet under press – udfordringer for den skandinaviske fordelingsmodellen. Recognizing this need, the United States signed the Hague Convention on Inter-country Adoption in 1994 and ratified it in April of 2008. The role of interest groups such as the traditionally influential labour movement and the emergent radical women's movements was also very instrumental in bringing about these social-policy changes.

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