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|Material Type:||Juvenile audience|
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|ISBN:||9780737754308 0737754303 9780737754315 0737754311|
|Description:||223 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Ch. 1 Is welfare reform working? : Welfare reform is working / Steven Malanga --
Welfare reform is not working // Barbara Ehrenreich, Peter Edelman --
Welfare reform has had mixed results / Douglas J. Besharov --
Welfare reform has not gone far enough / Craig R. Smith --
A new agenda is needed to fight poverty / Mark Schmitt, Shelley Waters Boots --
Welfare helps reduce poverty / Anthony DiMaggio ; Ch. 2 How has the recession affected welfare? : The stimulus bill reverses welfare reform / Israel Ortega --
The stimulus bill does not reverse welfare reform / Sharon Parrott --
Welfare is being underutilized during the recession / James Warren --
Renewing and expanding the TANF Emergency Fund reverses welfare reform / Rachel Sheffield --
The TANF Emergency Fund creates jobs and should be reauthorized / Christine L. Owens, George Wentworth --
Another round of welfare reform is needed now / Chuck Donovan, Robert Rector --
High unemployment necessitates promise of a job program for welfare-leavers / Anthony J. Mallon, Guy V.G. Stevens ; Ch. 3 How do welfare policies affect families? : Pro-marriage welfare policies help families / Ron Haskins --
Pro-marriage welfare policies do not help families / Maria Cancian, Daniel R. Meyer, Deborah Reed --
Welfare reform lowered unwed parenting rates / Ann Coulter --
Welfare reform did not affect unwed parenting rates / David R. Usher --
Food stamps have contributed to an overly dependent underclass / Patrick J. Buchanan --
Access to food stamps is essential for needy families / Jennifer DePaul ; Ch. 4 What are some alternatives and improvements to the welfare system? : Incentives to save money would best serve low-income families / Sreya Sarkar --
Targeted job programs could reduce poverty / Margaret Simms --
Private charity should replace welfare / Michael Tanner, Tad DeHaven --
A comprehensive anti-poverty policy is an alternative to welfare / David R. Francis --
The Earned Income Tax Credit should be reconfigured / Alan Berube --
A basic income guarantee can and should replace welfare / Mark Radulich --
Restoring a culture of marriage will reduce poverty / Janice Shaw Crouse --
Welfare programs should include mandatory drug testing / Ranee --
Welfare programs should not include mandatory drug testing / Matt Lewis, Elizabeth Kenefick.
|Series Title:||Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)|
|Responsibility:||Margaret Haerens, book editor.|
- Public welfare -- United States -- Juvenile literature.
- Public welfare.
- United States.
- Public welfare -- United States.
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