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To The End of June: An Intimate Life of American Foster Care

Review by Melanie Davis The foster care system receives billions of dollars, yet after five years of dedicated research, author Chris Beam reveals how poorly this system is working.  To The End of June: An Intimate Life of American Foster Care shines a focused light on one of the darkest corners of American culture. In this […] The post To The End of June: An Intimate Life of American Foster Care appeared first on Laura Carroll.
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