'Moynihan was writing to President Lyndon Johnson about the plight of broken black families. “You were born poor,” he tells the president. “You were brought up poor. Yet you came of age full of ambition, energy, and ability. Because your mother and father gave it to you. The richest inheritance any child can have is a stable, loving, disciplined family life.” What we see here is Moynihan clearly yearning for something he never had himself.'
Drop-side cribs one of the safest things around - balls, grapes, stairs, sitting are far more dangerous
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