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Jeffrey D. Blum
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Nothing Left to Lose: Studies of Street People

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Published January 28th 1972 by Beacon Press (MA) (first published 1972)
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Thom Dunn
Tending toward a recommendation for "A Place to be Mad", a community for runaways and throw-aways.
China Bialos
Case studies of runaway teenagers who come through a temporary shelter in 1970 Massachusetts. The language is a bit dated so it's interesting to read 40 years later (no, in fact, women don't have to bear children and play housewife anymore!), though it feels a bit condescending toward all subjects and doesn't propose any solutions. Merely observational, feels a bit of a time waste.
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