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THURSDAY, JUN 5, 2014  |  1 comments  |  1 commentary
Adoption under fire
International adoption is under assault. In 2013 a rash of negative stories with sensational titles, such as “Evangelicals and the Fake Orphan Racket” and “Orphan Fever: The Evangelical Movement’s Adoption Obsession,” have made their way into print, and Kathryn Joyce’s The Child Catchers has spawned articles about child trafficking and corruption. The attacks are propelling questions: What’s in the best interest of children? How important is cultural continuity? Should children have a right to a stable family, even if the family is in a different country? Do children belong to the state?

Although intercountry adoption has many prominent supporters, the hostile-to-adoption side is winning: In 2012, only 8,668 children found families in the United States through intercountry adoption. Eight years earlier, 22,884 orphans did. Even at its peak, intercountry adoption provided families for a mere ...


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
If there was more support for such organizations as Birthright International--Philosophy there should more than enough children to adopt in this country. While foreign adoptions by entertainment industry's well-knowns, are fairly well-known to me, adopting children from outside the country by conservative Christians should be a second choice.
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