A Nation In Denial: The Truth About Homelessness

  title={A Nation In Denial: The Truth About Homelessness},
  author={Alice S. Baum and D. Burnes},
Part 1 Homelessness today: family homelessness and the underclass a homeless man's story America's response part of the problem. Part 2 Homelessness and the American social experience: a history of homelessness the politics of homelessness causes and solutions confusion and denial a more reasoned approach the truth about homelessness tragedy on the streets a call to action. 
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