Conclusion — When All is Said and Done: The Aftermath of Welfare ‘Reform’ in the United States.
Tourigny and Jones-Brown argue welfare reform has heightened the stress levels of millions of the poorest, and is redefining the relationships between citizens and the state.
race; United States — poverty; social welfare, welfare reform and education, New York, childcare, hunger — United States, New York [City] — politics and government, United States — homelessness — United States, work — welfare work programs
Citation: Social Justice Vol. 28, No. 4 (2001): 128-135