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In some instances there has been inadequate financial accountability and discipline. The amount per child per month is 1,173 SEK (about $170). How are decision-making styles affected (e.g. enforcers or enablers, trust-seekers or trust-builders, worthiness testers or empowerment promoters, social history seekers or champions of future possibilities)? As many of those children who were raised in boarding schools and non-Indian foster or adoptive homes matured into adults, the voice of lost Indian children was heard around the country.

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Publisher: Radcliffe Publishing Ltd; 2nd edition (August 31, 2002)

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