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Volume 26, Issue 2 (1999) June
Social Work and Downsizing: Theoretical Implications and Strategic Responses
Samuel J. Rosenberg
Historical Trends in State-Level ADC/AFDC Benefits: Living on Less and Less
Sandra Wexler and Rafael J. Engel
Promoting Social Justice in Partnership with the Mass Media
Edward A. Brawley and Emilia E. Martinez-Brawley
Legislators' Perceptions about Poverty: Views from the Georgia General Assembly
Elizabeth L. Beck, Deborah M. Whitley, and James L. Wolk
E. Franklin Frazier and the Interfacing of Black Sociology and Black Social Work
Jerome H. Schiele
A Socio-Economic Analysis of the Three Paths to Social Security Reform
Rebecca A. Van Voorhis
Already Hit Bottom: General Assistance, Welfare Retrenchment, and Single Male Migration
Thomas Vartanian, Joe Soss, Sanford Schram, and Jim Baumohl
America's Changing Attitudes Toward Welfare and Welfare Recipients, 1938-1995
Laurie MacLeod, Darrel Montero, and Alan Speer
Social Security and The Incremental Privatization of Retirement Income
Neung-Hoo Park and Neil Gilbert
Bridging the Divide: The Casework Policy Link
Beside the Golden Door: Policy, Politics and the Homeless. James D. Wright, Beth A. Rubin and Joel A. Devine.
Review of Big Cities in the Welfare Transition. Alfred J. Hahn and Sheila B. Kamerman. Reviewed by John R. Graham, University of Calgary.
John R. Graham
Review of Conservative Social Policy: A Description and Analysis. Leon Ginsberg. Reviewed by David Stoez, Virginia Commonwealth University.
Review of Confronting Racism: The Problem and the Response. Jennifer L. Eberhardt and Susan T. Fiske (Eds.). Reviewed by Eric Swank, Morehead State University.