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MICHAEL BAIZERMAN, HAUMEI KO, and DAVID L. ELLISON, at the time of this study, were on the staff of the Maternal and Child Health Section, Department of Public Health Practice, Crad-uaie School of Public Health, University of Pitts-burgh. Presently, Dr. Baizerman is with the Center for Youth Development and Research and the Department of Public Health, University of Minnesota and Dr. Ellison is at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York. This article was prepared for presentation at the 100th Annual Meeting, American Public Health Association, Atlantic City, New jersey, be- fore two sessions: Maternal and Child Health, Monday, November 13, 1972 and jointly with Social Work, Wednesday, November 15, 1972. The study was supported by a federal grant from the Maternal and Child Health Service (MC-R-420054-04-0).