Alternatives in Income Maintenance

Schorr, Alvin L.
July 1966
Social Work;Jul66, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p22
Academic Journal
The author presents six distinctive approaches to income maintenance, identifying their basic assumptions and controlling issues, and rejects or locates each approach within the system that will take shape over time. His primary concern is with suggestion of a pluralistic approach in order to assure income for all Americans.


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