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Editor Katherine Swarts presents readers with a broad and balanced examination of the welfare system. Essays consider several factors, including the relationship between welfare and race, problems with reformed welfare, working in human services, child care, civil rights, and the impact of the food stamp program. Personal narratives are included, that will seat the reader in the other's shoes, leaving a lasting impression of a topic that may or may not touch their lives. Essay sources include Sugar Turner, Tracy Bachrach Ehlers, Mary Childers, Marian Kramer, and George W. Bush.
Publisher: Detroit : Greenhaven Press, c2008
ISBN: 9780737740790
Branch Call Number: 362.58 W445
Characteristics: 123 p. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Swarts, Katherine


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