2 edition of American welfare found in the catalog.
Alfred De Grazia
Bibliography: p. 451-454.
|Statement||[by] Alfred de Grazia & Ted Gurr.|
|Contributions||Gurr, Ted Robert, 1936- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HV91 .D45|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 470 p.|
|Number of Pages||470|
|LC Control Number||60014432|
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The American Welfare State: Public Opinion and Public Policy 2. Individualism, Self-Interest, and Opposition to Welfare 3. Racial Attitudes, the Undeserving Poor, and Opposition to Welfare 4. Assessing Alternative Explanations: Statistical Models of Welfare Attitudes 5.
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Book Review The Myth of the American Welfare State America 's Misunderstood Welfare State: Persistent Myths, Enduring Realities. By Theodore R. Marmor/ Jerry L. Mashaw,n and Philip L. Harvey. m New York, N.Y. xvii, $ Lynn A. Bakertm The relationships among "poverty," "welfare," and "the poor" have always.
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Three Worlds of Relief examines the role of race and immigration in the development of the American social welfare system by comparing how blacks, Mexicans, and European immigrants were treated by welfare policies during the Progressive Era and the New Deal.
Taking readers from the turn of the twentieth century to the dark days of the Depression, Cybelle Fox finds that, despite rampant. Support for the American Welfare State asks how much support there is, who is most supportive, and why there are differences in levels of support.
The authors report the results of a survey of attitudes of both the general public and members of the U.S. House of Representatives about Social Security, Supplemental Security Income, Medicare.
Welfare as we knew it arose in turn from a previous generation's rejection of an even earlier system of aid. That generation introduced welfare in order to eliminate orphanages. This book examines the connection between the decline of the orphanage and the rise of welfare.
Inthe first form of American federal welfare as we know it was born—the New Deal. When Roosevelt used the term “New Deal,” it was in reference to poker and the notion that some.
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Women in the American Welfare Trap addresses a range of significant issues: policy formation and implementation, the role of men in women's economic lives, low-income women's beliefs and aspirations, and the possibilities for women cooperatively working to change the welfare system.
Indeed, Kingfisher demonstrates that women who are often. Robert is a leading authority on poverty, welfare programs and immigration in America. It is generally argued that the U.S.
has a small social welfare. Neither book, then, explores a movement that successfully implemented a welfare program designed to enhance Black citizenship. One possibility is that a social movement composed of progressive whites committed to racial justice along with Blacks and other people of color will unite to transform the American welfare state.
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DeParle and Angela Jobe, a woman featured in. The American welfare state faces large challenges, the book concludes. Restoring its historical lead in education is the most important one, but requires investing large sums in education, beginning with universal preschool, and in complementary programs that aid children’s development.
In I published a ebook called The Rise of the Military Ebook State that chronicled the history of military benefits and social services in the all-volunteer force. For many in the military, the title constituted fighting words. I didn’t anticipate this when I chose it.
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