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Abstract

  • EDITORIAL - Robert D. Leighninger, Jr.
  • BACKGROUND
  • WHAT'S RIGHT WITH WELFARE? THE OTHER FACE OF AFDC - Ronald B. Dear
  • THE WORK INCENTIVE PROGRAM IN CURRENT PERSPECTIVE: WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED? WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE? - Leonard Goodwin
  • WORK AND WELFARE: HOW INDUSTRIALISTS SHAPED GOVERNMENT SOCIAL SERVICES DURING THE PROGRESSIVE ERA - Cynthia Hamilton
  • PERSPECTIVES
  • THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF WELFARE - Nancy E. Rose
  • TOWARDS A CONSTRUCT OF EMPLOYMENT FOR SOCIAL WELFARE AND ECONOMIC PRODUCTIVITY - David C. Congdon
  • A NEW PARADIGM FOR SOCIAL WELFARE - David Stoesz
  • CASE STUDIES
  • WELFARE REFORM: ONE STATE'S ALTERNATIVE - Anthony P. Halter
  • LOW-INCOME MOTHERS WITHOUT CUSTODY: WHO ARE THEY AND WHERE ARE THEIR CHILDREN? - Susan Zuravin and Geoffrey Greif
  • FACTORS AFFECTING COMPETITION IN STATE CONTRACTING FOR HUMAN SERVICES - Peter M. Kettner and Lawrence L. Martin
  • URBAN EMERGENCY FOOD CENTER CLIENTS: CHARACTERISTICS, COPING STRATEGIES, AND NEEDS - Marcia K. Petchers, Julian Chow, and Karen Kordisch
  • FAMILY STRUCTURES AND THE FEMINIZATION OF POVERTY: WOMEN IN HAWAII - Susan Meyers Chandler and Jennifer Williams
  • BOOK REVIEWS
  • Social Security after Fifty: Successes and Failures. - Edward D. Berkowitz (Ed.). Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1987. pp. 168. Reviewed by James L. Wolk

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