Child Rights & Remedies

Synopsis

Given the complexity of modern society, public decision-makers necessarily depend upon outside advocacy to frame issues, present alternatives, and provide information for decision. But who provides that advocacy on behalf of children in a society whose public institutions are dominated by highly-paid lobbyists organized around short-term profit-oriented stakes in public policy?

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