Whitman, David
February 1995
New Republic;2/6/95, Vol. 212 Issue 6, p13
Refutes the claims made by Michigan Governor John Engler regarding the welfare-to-work program in the state. Testimony of Engler to the U.S. Congress that his program could become a model for the country; Revelation that Engler's program have had modest success; Commendation given to Engler by Republicans; Analysis of statistics on welfare reforms in the state.


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