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Discussion Question 2:

Paul Tough writes that “social science is notorious for attributing social ills not to the inequities of society but to the moral failings of the poor.” How does the story of the Harlem Children’s Zone show that attribution to be erroneous? Has your own work with underserved communities done the same?

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