Welfare Reform and Latinos = Immigration and Cultural Politics

Rodriguez, Joe
June 1999
Nieman Reports;Summer99, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p45
Discusses what journalists should know before covering the effects of welfare reform on Latinos in the United States. Two immigration reform ideas; Public's perception of welfare recipients; Race that received welfare faster.


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