Beyond the Resources of Poverty: Gecekondu Living in the

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This arrangement brought a lot of Institution credibility gap, which negatively affected the Ministry in many ways. As the economic transition of the 1990s forces more of Russia's citizens into poverty, the state has tried to maintain the comprehensive Soviet system with severely constrained resources. Chicago's initiation of a juvenile court in 1899—the first in the nation—offered an early example of the changes ahead.

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Publisher: Ashgate (January 28, 2013)

ISBN: B00AW99D34

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