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Low-income mothers' private safety nets and children's socioemotional well-being

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A study of the association between the socioemotional well-being of low income children and maternal use of public and private safety nets, including TANF, public housing, and help with child care, transportation, daily tasks, and loans, based on an analysis of data from two multi-state data sets
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United States

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