|Introduction: Latinas on the Fault Lines of Citizenship||1|
|PART I Neither a Hand Up nor a Handout|
|1||Ending Welfare: New Nativism and the Triumph of Post–Civil Rights Politics||33|
|2||Poverty in the Suburbs: Race and Redevelopment Policy in Long Beach||68|
|PART II Any Job at Any Wage|
|3||Tough Love in L.A. County: The Failure of Welfare-to-Work||111|
|4||The Myth of Welfare Dependency: Caught between Welfare and Work||140|
|5||“It's Not What You Choose, but Where They Send You”: Inside Personal Responsibility||169|
|Conclusion: The Emperor's New Welfare: Reassessing the “Success” of Welfare Reform||200|
|About the Authors||308|
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Publication information: Book title: Not Working: Latina Immigrants, Low-Wage Jobs, and the Failure of Welfare Reform. Contributors: Alejandra Marchevsky - Author, Jeanne Theoharis - Author. Publisher: New York University Press. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 2006. Page number: v.
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