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" Evils that are unknown or underestimated have the best chance for undisturbed existence and extension, and there where light is most needed, there is still darkness. Ours is, for instance, the only great nation which does not know how many children are... "
The Child Workers of the Nation - Page 25
by National Child Labor Committee (U.S.) - 1909 - 256 pages
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Proceedings of the Conference on the Care of Dependent Children Held at ...

Child welfare - 1909 - 231 pages
...that are unknown or underestimated have the best chance for undisturbed existence and extension, and where light is most needed there is still darkness....diseases; how many blind children might have seen the hght, for one-fourth of the totally blind need not have been so had the science that has proved this...
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Transactions, Volume 2

American Association for the Study and Prevention of Infant Mortality - Children - 1912
...complete birth and death registration in the United States. Moreover, it will not be sufficient to know how many children are born and how many die in each particular locality. We must, in addition, find out what they died of and possess knowledge at all...
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Proceedings of the ... National Conservation Congress at ...

Natural resources - 1912
...ways of proving a child's birth and if we had a public record of it. Have you ever thought that we are the only great nation which does not know how many children are born into it, and which does not do its children the dignity of putting their names down in a public record?...
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