De-Federalizing Welfare

Evans, M. Stanton
December 1979
National Review;12/7/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 49, p1563
The article reports on the involvement of U. S. federal government on welfare reforms. It discusses the adoption of the welfare reform proposal by the House of Representatives. It advocates the increase on the federal funding aid to families with dependent children. It also discusses the growth of federal shares.


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