July 1995
New Republic;7/17/95, Vol. 213 Issue 3/4, p7
Examines the mistakes made by U.S. President Bill Clinton in his attempt to implement welfare reform in 1995. Comment on his decision to delay welfare reform while pursuing to overhaul health care; His failure to make the case that ending welfare requires a system of public-service jobs.


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