N Kerrebrock

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E very child reaches a point somewhere between infancy and young adulthood when he or she takes a step toward independence by caring for himself or herself for a period of time when no adult is present. Family decisions to allow their children to care for themselves vary widely, depending among other things on the family's view of the risks associated with(More)
I nterest in the extent of hunger in the United States has fluctuated over the years. There was little public discussion of the subject during the post-Depression era until the mid-1960s, when unscientific but dramatic media exposés of the extent of hunger in the country helped launch the " war on poverty. " By 1979, the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on(More)
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