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A good way to gauge how well a society is doing is by asking about the social welfare and seeing if people are happy. McLanahan, Population 2002 Material Deprivation, the "Poverty Rate" and House Expenditure in Modern America, N. Furthermore, consultations will be held with the Department of Health about adequate access to health care for people with disabilities. Basis of Selective Protection�Most societies in the earliest stages of economic development do not have sufficient resources in money, personnel or institutional structure to extend social aid to all who need or could benefit from it.

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