Child Poverty and Inequality, By Duncan Lindsey Recommended by Linda O. Tilly, Executive Director of VOICES for Alabama’s Children:
“Simply THE best work I have read outlining public policy that has dramatically reduced child poverty in other nations and could do so in the U.S. Lindsey begins with a history of how the wealthiest nation in the world came to have such a high percentage of children living in poverty then goes on to propose viable income security policies for children and families that have been successful in other countries. He offers not only hope, but real solutions to advocates working to reduce poverty in our nation.”
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