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Epilogue Now and in the summertime. May our work plant the trees, bring the shade that we may never sit under. Children and summertime months should make us think of laughter and joy Not pain and suffering. Not loneliness, despair Violence, hunger, and poor health. May our recommendations fall on receptive ears. May our conclusions bring us to a greater awareness of the work yet to be done. -Barbara Medina, Committee Member PREPUBLICATION COPY, UNCORRECTED PROOFS 6-16