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SPECIAL ISSUE ON HISTORY OF CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL POLICY

  • INTRODUCTION TO THE SPECIAL ISSUE - Richard K. Caputo, Special Editor
  • LEVELING THE PLAYING FIELD: EPITOMIZING DEVOLUTION THROUGH FAITH-BASED ORGANIZATIONS - Robert J. Wineburg, Brian L. Coleman, Stephanie C. Boddie, and Ram A. Cnaan
  • SOCIAL WORK IN THE WORKFARE REGIME: A COMPARISON OF THE U.S. AND AUSTRALIA - Catherine McDonald and Michael Reisch
  • SOCIAL SECURITY PRIVATIZATION: AN IDEOLOGICALLY STRUCTURED MOVEMENT - Judie Svihula and Carroll L. Estes
  • THE ILLUSION OF CHANGE, THE POLITICS OF ILLUSION: EVOLUTION OF THE FAMILY SUPPORT ACT OF 1988 - Luisa S. Deprez
  • WHEN DOES PUBLIC OPINION MATTER? - Jennifer L. Christian
  • POLITICAL ECONOMY, MORAL ECONOMY AND THE MEDICARE MODERNIZATION ACT OF 2003 - Judie Svihula
  • A DECENT HOME FOR EVERY FAMILY? HOUSING POLICY INITIATIVES SINCE THE 1980s - Sondra J. Fogel, Marc T. Smith, and Anne R. Williamson
  • DOES BELIEF MATTER? SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND THE LIKELIHOOD OF WELFARE USE AND EXIT - Michele Lee Kozimor-King
  • SOCIAL WELFARE POLICY AND PUBLIC ASSISTANCE FOR LOW-INCOME SUBSTANCE ABUSERS - Sean R. Hogan, George J. Unick, Richard Speiglman, and Jean C. Norris
  • TRACING THE HISTORY OF MEDICARE HOME HEALTH CARE: THE IMPACT OF POLICY ON BENEFIT USE - Joan K. Davitt and Sunha Choi

Due to the overwhelming response to this Special Issue topic, Book Reviews and Book Notes will appear in the next issue.

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