What are we doing to our children, locked up, locked out

United States, 1973

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A poignant case history of a damaged, unstable family and a child’s resultant antisocial behavioral problems. Issues arising from this case are child advocacy in the courts and the rehabilitative effect of jailing juvenile delinquents. From the series CBS reports.

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Isaac Kleinerman



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