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Child Abuse Every day another innoncent American youth is abused by a mother father or abusive relative The figures themselves are startling and can in no way be compromised with any reasoning for them It seems that Americas parents are amoungst the least qualified to be having chilredn than anyone else in the entire world For instance a case in Denver CO a mother killed her son saying I didnt want to hurt him but I didnt want him to hurt me The Boy was two years old and he weighed twenty pounds It is reasons like this one that I think people shouldnt be allowed to have children until they have proved themselves worthy for the event Only then should someone be permitted to experience the joy of parenting If we look throughout literatue there are various authors who believe the same thing that Americas parents are for the most part not ready for children at all Toffler tell us his own view within and article entitled Rent-A-Family where he describes a world where parents can go and just rent a family that is stable enough for their children to grow up in And that special government rules and regulations will be placed into the workings by various organizations all adding up to a perfect child and a perfect family There are those who think that the statistics are over worked and that the amount of neglecting parents are dropping There has been a drop off in number of reported abuse cases within the last 10 years but a raise in the harshness of the reported cases It isnt fair to say and lead someone to think that every child goes home to a drunken father or an enraged mother No this isnt the case but the amounts that are happening are staggering I do agree that not every child in America is going home to an abusive home front but I am also
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