History of U.S. Children’s Policy 1900-present
Posted by on June 2, 2009
A brief history of child policy in the U.S.
A new 28-page publication from First Focus, a bipartisan advocacy organization on federal children and families policies, has released a history of federal legislative, executive, branch, and judicial actions impacting America’s children, from Teddy Roosevelt and the Progressive Era to the first month of the Obama Administration.
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