Preventing Family Violence

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But the reactions of both sides were overwrought: Liberals’ dire predictions that millions more Americans would fall into poverty and that social dysfunction would increase proved mistaken; conservative workfare, meanwhile, has become the victim of its own success. The local “relief” programs and Labour camps that were considered adequate unemployment protection in the early 1930s, for example, were eventually replaced by unemployment insurance and Social Assistance.

Pages: 382

Publisher: Wiley; 1st edition (January 15, 1997)

ISBN: 0471927716

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