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…The friends of these separated men, as a group, we think, are more empathetic to their situation, than we would expect from members of less affected groups. That’s, in those neighborhoods, a little charitable help, will go a long way to palliate the effect of the men who are absent. In the form of aid
with housing, children school difficulties, and employment of the specially strong women in the community.

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