Rubin, Alissa
June 1996
New Republic;6/24/96, Vol. 214 Issue 26, p12
Discusses issues related to the U.S. welfare system in 1996. Number of people who participated in the Stand For Children rally held in Washington, D.C. organized by the Children's Defense Fund; Impact of the welfare system on women, according to protester Marilyn Olds; Criticisms against the rally from conservatives; Views of Children's Defense Fund's president Wright Edelman on Republican-sponsored welfare reforms.


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