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Drug Addiction Treatment Research: German and American

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It helped establish a regular, unprecedented role for the federal government as a source of aid and introduced the concept of entitlement into the American political vocabulary. The parenting practices and environmental influences that predict antisocial behavior do not vary by the child’s gender or race/ethnicity, and vary little by the child’s age. In many areas, such as mother and child health, the reduction of infant mortality, the prevention and reduction of communicable diseases and the eradication of endemic diseases like malaria, Israel shared its achievements and solutions with newly developing countries.

Pages: 550

Publisher: Krieger Pub Co; 1St Edition edition (May 1992)

ISBN: 0894646281

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