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The Civil Rights of Homeless People: Law,…
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The Civil Rights of Homeless People: Law, Social Policy, and Social Work…

by Madeleine Stoner

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Stoner's new book examines the collaboration between the human services and legal professions, as both deal with the complex and interrelated problems of homeless people. In surveying numerous class action lawsuits tried on behalf of the homeless, the author takes up such client-centered issues as rights to housing, minimum standards of health and welfare, education, family preservation, education, and voting. Her book will assist practitioners in their advocacy on behalf of homeless clients, while serving as a text for courses in social policy formulation and implementation.… (more)

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