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Investigations are conducted in a thorough and professional manner. NCTSN shares information with each other, their networks, and the public at www.nctsn.org. The first feature is its degree of aversion to inequalities between individual levels of welfare. Our party has solutions to every sector of our national life, including health, environment, education, crime... The drop in marriage rates and the increase in divorce rates, although not as dramatically as in other European countries, suggests a significant change in the lifestyle.

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Publisher: Urban Institute Press (June 1, 1989)

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