Childhood poverty

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When I was a little girl in the 1940s, I was told to finish the food on my plate because the little children in China didn’t have enough to eat.

Now in 2014, we need to tell the little children in the United States to finish the food on their plate because their friends in the neighborhood and at school don’t have enough to eat.

LOUISE D. TANNER
Butler


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