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Because they do not succumb to infection, they are more likely to suffer some degree of chronic disability. Such poverty clearly magnifies the problems that a narrowly focused child welfare system is unable to address. American University political science professor Joe Soss found welfare reform sanctions to be particularly harsh in states with large numbers of African-American or Latino/a residents. The federal government has overall responsibility for native people and their lands under the Constitution Act of 1867 in general, and under the Indian Act in particular.

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Publisher: Joseph Rowntree Foundation (December 16, 2002)

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