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People in this situation were forced to undergo stigmatizing means testing to determine if they were eligible for a free treatment. Lindsey recognizes that single mothers, whose families are the majority of poor families, face severe inequities in the labor market and heavy burdens of work at home. Child Welfare, January/February, LXXIV (1), 143-161. ________________. (1994). The simple fact is that social welfare is an instrument of relationships that constantly change, so that it does different jobs in different times and different places.

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