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- AN EMBARRASSED DISCLAIMER. Neuhaus, Richard John // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Dec1992, Issue 28, p68
Focuses on the issues surrounding the texts printed in the dust jacket of the book "Doing Well and Doing Good: The Challenge to the Christian Capitalist." Reason given by the editor for writing the texts of the book's dust jacket; Background on the arguments presented in the book against...
- Serious Business. Simon, William E. // National Review;10/19/92, Vol. 44 Issue 20, p56
The article reviews the book "Doing Well and Doing Good: The Challenge to the Christian Capitalist," by Richard John Neuhaus.
- A New Era in the Struggle Against Poverty. Baptist, Willie; Bricker-Jenkins, Mary // Dollars & Sense;Sep/Oct2002, Issue 243, p16
Presents an excerpt from the chapter 'A View from the Bottom: Poor People and Their Allies Respond to Welfare Reform,' in the book 'Lost Ground: Welfare Reform, Poverty and Beyond,' edited by Randy Albelda and Ann Withorn.
- Is the safety net a benign trap? FRANZI, EMIL // Inside Tucson Business;1/3/2014, Vol. 23 Issue 29, p12
The author reflects on the bitter reality of the impact of safety nets to keep some citizens from poverty by providing adequate living with many aid packages, but he thinks that these benefits actually slowly strangle the ambitions of the working poor.
- FILLING THE 'POVERTY GAP': MULTIPLE TRANSFER PROGRAM PARTICIPATION. Weinberg, Daniel H. // Journal of Human Resources;Winter85, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p64
Data from the 1979 Income Survey Development Program are used to describe multiple transfer program participation and its effect on the poverty rate and the poverty gap. Of 87.1 million U.S. families and unrelated individuals, 40 percent received some government transfer in April 1979. Further,...
- A Social Safety Net for the Chronically Poor? Zimbabwe's Public Assistance Programme in the 1990s. Munro, Lauchlan T. // European Journal of Development Research;Mar2005, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p111
The Government of Zimbabwe operated several social safety nets in the 1990s, most of them targeted at households temporarily impoverished through external shocks such as severe drought or economic restructuring. One social safety net was, however, designed specifically to help those who, by...
- Targeting deprived areas within small areas in Scotland: population study. McLoone, Philip // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);8/18/2001, Vol. 323 Issue 7309, p374
Reports on a study to assess an area based approach to identifying and helping people who live in poverty. Methods; Results; Agreement with the argument that an area-based approach to aid would miss many deprived populations; How an area based approach provides aid to many who do not need it.
- La Pobreza en MÃ©xico, un anÃ¡lisis con enfoque multidimensional. Ortiz Galindo, Jonathan; Ríos Bolívar, Humberto // AnÃ¡lisis EconÃ³mico;2013, Vol. 28 Issue 69, p189
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- The culture of welfare reform. Mead, Lawrence M. // Public Interest;Winter2004, Issue 154, p99
Discusses the culture of welfare reform in the U.S. Implications of a welfare reform led by Wisconsin on antipoverty policy; Role of a state's political culture in determining the possibility of a welfare reform; Effect of Wisconsin's welfare reform attempt on the employment of poor adults.