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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
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|Description:||326 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||American social policies: future possibilities in historical perspective --
State formation and social policy in the United States --
America's first social security system: the expansion of benefits for Civil War veterans --
Gender and the origins of modern social policies in Britain and the United States (with Gretchen Ritter) --
The road to social security (with G. John Ikenberry) --
Redefining the New Deal: World War II and the development of social provision in the United States (with Edwin Amenta) --
The limits of the New Deal system and the roots of contemporary welfare dilemmas --
"Brother, can you spare a job?" Work and welfare in the United States --
Targeting within universalism: politically viable policies to combat poverty in the United States --
Is the time finally ripe? Health insurance reforms in the 1990s --
From social security to health security? --
Remaking U.S. social policies for the 21st century.
|Series Title:||Princeton studies in American politics.|
"An important, provocative, and often persuasive argument."--"Choice"