Research Paper On Welfare Reform
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Pros and Cons of Reforming Welfare
A 5 page research paper that examines the effects of recent welfare reform. The writer points out that trying to decide if the nation's current experiment with welfare reform is good or bad can be a rather perplexing problem for the average individual. Read one article, and it sounds as if welfare reform is a boon both to the nation and its lowest socioeconomic class. On the other hand, read another article and it sounds as if we have collectively hardened our hearts and transformed into Ebenezer Scrooge. The writer sites success stories and criticisms before concluding that, for the most part, welfare reform still leaves many of the nation's poor in dire circumstances‹particularly single mothers. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
So You Think I Drive a Cadillac? by Karen Seccombe
In 8 pages, the author examines the impact of welfare reform on human organizations that serve poor Americans by using the book "So You Think I Drive a Cadillac?" by Karen Seccombe. The main arguments for welfare reform are presented. Changes in the welfare system are discussed. The role of the government in the delivery of services to the poor is also discussed. No other sources are cited.