Welfare In The United States
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Examines changes in the welfare system. History of welfare, including public charity, settlement houses. Need for greater public assistance during the Great Depression. Broader public assistance. "War on Poverty." Growing welfare debate. Changes in the welfare system in the 1990s. Economic factors; minimum wage. Social and political influences.
From the Paper:"Introduction
The United States generally considers itself to have one of the strongest economies and highest standards of living in the world. Certainly there is evidence of the large numbers of material goods (and those who can afford them) in the nation's bulging supermarkets and retail malls. Despite this, there continue to be millions of Americans who depend on public assistance in order to remain above the poverty level, and many more who remain in poverty both with and without assistance. This research considers recent changes in the welfare system, including the economic, social and political factors that have influenced a more conservative approach to welfare in recent years.
History of Welfare in the United States
Until the twentieth ..."
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