Children And Poverty

In a new report anti-hunger group Bread for the World says the United States has more children living in poverty than any other industrialized country. Tune in to the next Talk of the Nation for a look at how different nations take care of their children, and what Americans can do to get more kids out of poverty. Guests: Dr. Marc J. Cohen Editor, What Governments Can Do: Seventh Annual Report on the State of World Hunger Senior Research Associate, Bread for the World Institute Debbie Shore Associate Director, Share Our Strength Listeners call in

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