Forty Years of Service: Women's Corona Society, 1950-90

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There can be no serious attempt to solve the problem of poverty in America without addressing our failed government-run school system. In addition, as the most potent health determinants are identified, policy makers will need more information on the effectiveness of interventions that act on those determinants in order to target limited resources and to determine "what works for whom in what context" (as stated by Stoto), given the wide variation in communities and populations in the United States.

Pages: 164

Publisher: Women's Corona Society (November 5, 1992)

ISBN: 0952037408

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