The State and the Poor in the 1980s

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THE STATE AND THE POOR IN THE 1980s

EDITED BY MANUEL CARBALLOAND MARY JO BANE

Contributors

MARY JO BANE SUSAN ESTRICH
DAVID BLUMENTHAL JOSE GOMEZ-IBANEZ
WALTER BROADNAX HELEN LADD
DAVID CALKINS HERMAN LEONARD
MANUEL CARBALLO ROSEMARY SALOMONE
DAVID ELLWOOD JOHN YINGER

With a Foreword by Samuel H. Beer

Auburn House Publishing Company Boston, Massachusetts

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  • Title Page iii
  • FOREWORD: A NEW LOOK AT POVERTY v
  • Contents xi
  • ABOUT THE EDITORS xvi
  • ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS xvi
  • Introduction xviii
  • Chapter 1: THE POOR IN MASSACHUSETTS 1
  • Part One POLICIES TO PREVENT POVERTY 15
  • Part One Policies to Prevent Poverty 19
  • Endnotes 47
  • Chapter 3: HEALTH CARE AND THE POOR 49
  • Chapter 4: PRIMARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION AND THE POOR 75
  • Part Two POLICIES TO AMELIORATE POVERTY 113
  • Chapter 5 Income Transfers and the Poor 117
  • Endnotes 141
  • Chapter 6 Transportation Andthe Poor 143
  • Chapter 7 State Housing Policy and the Poor 171
  • Endnotes 201
  • Chapter 8: CRIME AND THE POOR 207
  • Part Three IMPLEMENTING AND FINANCING PROGRAMS FOR THE POOR 233
  • Chapter 9 Taxation and the Poor 235
  • Endnotes 276
  • Chapter 10 Policy Planning and the Poor 279
  • Endnotes 300
  • Chapter 11 Governance 303
  • Endnotes 319
  • Index 320
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