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The Limits of Social Policy

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HARDCOVER

$76.50 • £61.95 • €69.00

ISBN 9780674534438

Publication Date: 08/25/1988

Short

224 pages

3 tables

World

Related Subjects

  • 1. The Limits of Social Policy
  • 2. Reforming the American Welfare Family, 1969–1981
  • 3. The Social Policy of the Reagan Administration
  • 4. Education, Training, and Poverty: What Worked?
  • 5. Universal and Income-Tested Social Programs
  • 6. Crisis and Redirection in Social Policy
  • 7. Toward a Self-Service Society
  • 8. “Superstition” and Social Policy
  • 9. Why Isn’t There More Equality?
  • 10. The American Welfare State: Incomplete or Different?
  • Notes
  • Credits
  • Index

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