DAVID B. SWOAP
New Directions at
the Department of
Health and Human
Horizontal and vertical dimensions of federalism. Block grants and the administration's programs. Legislative reforms to welfare programs.
Overall, between 1950 and 1980 federal social spending grew from $20 billion to $300 billion -- seven times the rate of in
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Publication information: Book title: American Federalism, a New Partnership for the Republic. Edition: 2nd. Contributors: Robert B. Hawkins Jr. - Editor, Benjamin L. Cardin - Author, Albert J. Davis - Author, Eugene Eidenberg - Author, Daniel J. Elazar - Author, Alan F. Holmer - Author, A. E. Dick Howard - Author, Michael S. Joyce - Author, Paul Laxalt - Author, John McClaughry - Author, W. S. Moore - Author, E. S. Savas - Author, William A. Schambra - Author, Stephen L. Schechter - Author, Wm. Craig Stubblebine - Author, David B. Swoap - Author, Murray L. Weidenbaum - Author, F. Clifton White - Author, Aaron Wildavsky - Author, Richard S. Williamson - Author, Lamar Alexander - Author. Publisher: Institute for Contemporary Studies. Place of publication: San Francisco. Publication year: 1983. Page number: 121.