The welfare mess

Cheralier, Lois
May 1963
Saturday Evening Post;5/11/1963, Vol. 236 Issue 18, p15
Examines the failures of the welfare system in the U.S. Assertion that many welfare recipients whose attempts to get off relief and make their own way are being frustrated by the welfare system; Budget allocated by the federal, state and local government for the welfare system; Reform in the country's welfare law.


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