Hunger in Kansas

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Aug 01, 1999


Robert F. St. Peter, M.D.,

David Bourbon, M.H.S.


An analysis of the 1995 Current Population Survey Food Security Supplement data to determine the prevalence of hunger in Kansas and to identify particular sub-groups at risk for experiencing hunger.

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