Tyranny of Kindness: Dismantling the Welfare System to End Poverty in America

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Atlantic Monthly Press, 1993 - Social Science - 340 pages
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Now in paperback, Tyranny of Kindness is an authoritative indictment of America's welfare system--by a former welfare mother. Theresa Funicello--who has appeared on Donahue and other programs talking about her ideas--reveals the injustices and inefficiencies of welfare, and presents a humane, sensible, cost-effective alternative.
  

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Tyranny of kindness: dismantling the welfare system to end poverty in America

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Funiciello writes with authority--she has been a welfare mother and has lived the horrors described in her book. Rising from "dependency'' to become a welfare rights activist, government insider, and ... Read full review

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Read this several years ago, but I remember it being very illuminating. One of those books I'd like to force a lot of people to read. My failing memory keeps it from getting the full five stars. Read full review

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