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A BS TRAC T This paper analyzes various institutional responses to homelessness among children and youth as a m eans of better understanding the w orkings of the neo-liberal state, both in the developing and the developed world. T his is a fruitful exercise because the culture of the street is unique and is dif® cult to reconcile with the predom inant values of state-sponsored institutions. In making this argum ent, the Am erican and Brazilian cases are speci® cally discussed, as they are seendoi:10.1080/03050069628722 fatcat:ypokl7tdwvemlmydisgukz35aq