The Homeless: Opposing Viewpoints
Tamara L. Roleff
Greenhaven Press, 1996 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 240 pages
Is homelessness a serious problem? Who are the homeless? What causes homelessness? How can society & government help the homeless? These are some of the questions discussed in this collection of articles representing different opinions on this subject.
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Why Consider Opposing Viewpoints?
The Extent of Homelessness Is Exaggerated
There Will Always Be a Homeless Problem
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