Regulating the Lives of Women: Social Welfare Policy from Colonial Times to the Present
Praised widely as an outstanding contribution to social welfare and feminist scholarship, as well as political advocacy, Regulating the Lives of Women tells the story of social welfare from women's perspectives. The critical new insights in this new edition of Regulating the Lives of Women will appeal to policymakers, activists, academics, and general readers interested in social welfare, sociology, women's labor, and African-American Studies.
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A Feminist Perspective on the Welfare State
Women and the Poor Laws in Colonial America
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