What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
DECIDING WHOS POOR
FROM THEORY TO POLICY
FROM POLICY TO PRACTICE
3 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
20 percent administration AFDC African-American American Banfield basic capital Census Census Bureau Center on Budget Charles Murray child cities Cloward Congress conservative corporate costs culture of poverty Current Population Reports David Stockman Democratic Depression developed earnings economic economist federal full employment funds George Gilder Gilder Gini index global groups Hispanic households housing Ibid income increase industrialized inequality inflation institutions jobless Johnson Katz Latino low-income lower major males measure ment middle class million Mollie Orshansky Moynihan needs Office organizations Orshansky Oscar Lewis Piven political poor poverty index poverty line poverty rate President Press programs racial Reagan Republican result Robert Greenstein Robert Reich sector Social Security society spending Sylvia Nasar theory tion U.S. Bureau U.S. Government Printing underclass unem unemployed unemployment rate United urban wages Washington wealth welfare women workers York