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The poor rankings of American children on many childhood social indicators is particularly disturbing because A. the United States is among the wealthiest nations and has the broadest knowledge base for intervening effectively in children's lives. B. the United States is a collectivist society. C. the United States provides all families with universal health care and free or inexpensive child care. D. child development researchers in the United States lack involvement in policy ...
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