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August 1996
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New Republic;8/12/96, Vol. 215 Issue 7, p7
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Periodical
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Article
ABSTRACT
Calls for U.S. President Bill Clinton to consider the continued social and economic progress of African Americans before signing the welfare reform measure being sent to him by Congress in 1996. Reason for the social relevance of welfare; Welfare initiative proposed by Clinton in 1994; Benefits from an entitlement program; Forces responsible for creating the underclass.
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