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    The Massachusetts Task Force Reports: Advocacy for Children

    Peter B. Edelman
    This essay is not about what needs to be done tor children, but about tactics, ways to go about trying to change public policy as it affects children. It focuses on one case, a citizen advocacy effort at the local level directed at remedying the exclusion of children from school, and then generalizes about the validity and pitfalls of a variety of advocacy tactics.

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    Winter 1973 Issue

    Abstracts

    Preface
    A Statement by Senator Walter F. Mondale
    Walter F. Mondale
    Children Under the Law
    Hillary Rodham
    Amphetamines in the Treatment of Hyperkinetic Children
    Lester Grinspoon, Susan B. Singer
    Abused and Neglected Children in America
    A Study of Alternative Policies
    Richard J. Light
    Foster Care—In Whose Best Interest?
    Robert H. Mnookin
    Report Analyses
    The Massachusetts Task Force Reports: Advocacy for Children
    Peter B. Edelman
    The White House Conferences on Children
    An Historical Perspective
    Rochelle Beck
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