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The Catholic Church's social teaching has also been considerably influential to the development of social policy. New two-year limits on unbroken program participation (and a five-year lifetime limit) pushed many unprepared recipients into poverty, working or not. We will be vigilant in identifying and acting upon patterns of complaints. This is especially true of the African population, African women, and people in rural areas. In one interpretation, individual responsibility removes the need for redistribution, which has motivated the construction of social welfare functions that disregard individual characteristics for which the individuals are responsible and focus on the compensation of inequalities for which individuals are not responsible.

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Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company; 1 edition (May 17, 2005)

ISBN: 0393704408

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