If you had YOUR way, what would you to insure that children have myriad educational, cultural, & socioeconomic opportunities in their formative years so that they don't grow up in adverse conditions where they don't grow up in adverse conditions where there is poverty, struggle, & deprivation ? What advice would you give parents so that their children can have a good childhood where the latter can have the aforementioned opportunities. Logical, intelligent answers please. In fact, these post are for analytical & thinkers who have the power of using inductive & deductive logic.
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