The Politics of Child Support in America

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Index
Abbott, Edith, 79
Abbott v. Burke (1985), 7n
abortion, 7, 99, 107, 110, 129, 142
Abzug, Bella, 142
Ad Hoc Committee on Public Welfare, 86
Administration for Children and Families, 29
Advisory Council on Public Assistance, 85
Advisory Council on Public Welfare, 116
Aid to Dependent Children (ADC), 3, 68, 84, 86, 89, 90
Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC), 3, 28, 29, 30, 35, 36, 39, 40, 41, 42–3, 90, 96, 101–5, 112, 116, 122, 124, 125–6, 128, 130, 131, 154, 156, 205
Allen, Ben, 190n
Allison, Glenn, 123–4
American Association of Group Workers (AAGW), 75
American Association of Medical Social Workers (AAMSW), 74–5, 76
American Association of Psychiatric Social Workers (AAPSW), 75, 76
American Association of Schools of Social Work (AASSW), 79–80
American Association of Social and Group Workers, 75
American Association of Social Workers (AASW), 74, 76, 81
American Association of University Women (AAUW), 145
American Coalition for Fathers and Children (ACFC), 193
American Conservative Union, 110
American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), 109–10
American Public Welfare Association (APWA), 84, 85, 86, 87
amnesty programs, see child support enforcement program
Arab oil embargo, 94
Arrow, Kenneth, 6
Arrow's Impossibility Theorem, 6
Association of Black Social Workers, 92
Association for Children for Enforcement of Support (ACES), 147
Association for the Study of Community Organization (ASCO), 75, 76
Austrian School, 12n
Axinn, June, 74n
Baker-Fletcher, Garth Kasimu, 174n
Balmer, Randy, 172n
Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1994, 38t, 158
Barakso, Maryann, 142n, 143–4
Barber, Benjamin, 3n
Barnes, Stephanie, 167n
Bartfeld, Judi, 163n, 164n, 165
B.A.T. Industries, 22
Baumgartner, Frank R., 7, 205–6
Bayh, Birch, 109
Bayh, Evan, 199
Becker, Gary, 99n
Beller, Andrea H., 49n, 185n
Bellmon, Henry, 36, 97–8
Berkowitz, Edward D., 73n, 118n, 148n
Big Tobacco, 23
Black Codes, 67
Black Liberation Army (BLA), 24
Black Panther Party for Self-Defense, 24
Black Power, 24–5
Blackstone, William, 61
Blankenhorn, David, 162–3

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