More are Going to be Poor

Thurow, Lester C.
November 1974
New Republic;11/2/74, Vol. 171 Issue 18, p26
Focuses on the distribution of income among families of different strata of society in the U.S. Impact of economic growth on an average American family; Use of welfare programs to keep pace with economic growth; Role of anti-discrimination laws and women's liberation on job opportunities for women; Comparison between the income of African Americans with Americans; Need of government help to prevent this economic crisis; Prospects of Democratic candidates and social welfare legislation.


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