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A Snapshot of Family Homelessness Across America
Ralph Nunez and Cybelle Fox provide the most current snapshot of family homelessness in America. Looking at ten diverse cities this study examines the demographics and housing, education, and income histories of homeless families within the context of changing social policies.

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