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Abstract

Central to the debate on the direction of our nation is the need to take a balanced view; our need to conform, not intrude, should not deflect us from a tough, candid appraisal of painful issues. We can’t afford to become a country that no longer searches for hard truths.

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Criminal Justice System Black Male Tobacco Industry Hard Drug Absent Father 
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