United States Welfare Policy: A Catholic Response

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INDEX
Abramovitz, Mimi, 51
ADC. See Aid to Dependent Children
AFDC. See Aid to Families with Dependent Children
African Americans
child poverty among, 163
discrimination against in welfare policies, 59-60
Aid to Dependent Children (ADC), 52, 57-58, 60
Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC)
conservative criticism of, 61-62
matching grants, calls for replacement of, 79-80
Medicaid benefits and, 104-5
the “permanent crisis” of, 55-61
racism in, 60
replacement of, 1 (see also welfare reform)
Amendments to the Social Security Act of 1962, 57
American Dream: Three Women, Ten Kids, and a Nations Drive to End Welfare (DeParle), 209-10
American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 141n7
American political culture, 47-48, 57-59
Americans United for Separation of Church and State, 74n58
Amnesty International, 16
Aquinas, St. Thomas, 18, 21-22, 24
Archer, Bill, 181n4
Aristotle, 18, 24
Ashcroft, John, 65-66
Australia, 26
Balanced Budget Amendment, 100
Bane, Mary Jo, 131, 157, 212
Banfield, Edward, 109n22
Bellah, Robert, 215-16
Bennett, William J., 147n57
Berger, Peter, 44n57
Berrick, Jill Duerr, 113n67
Besharov, Douglas, 165, 213
Bhargava, Deepak, 158
bishops, contributions to Catholic social teaching by, 10
Bishops’ Conference. See United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
Blank, Rebecca M., 185n66, 200
block grants, 79-84, 195-96
Bloom, Dan, 108n15
Boulding, Kenneth, 36
Bounds, Elizabeth, 204, 223n39
Bridefare, 202
Brookings Institution, 80, 176
Brubaker, Pamela, 204, 223n39
Burke, Edmund, 44n57
Burtless, Gary, 167
Bush, George H. W., 125
Bush, George W., 1, 67-70, 190-91, 193-94
Bush administration
marriage promotion programs proposed by, 202
welfare reauthorization proposals of, 190-91, 193-94
work requirement proposals of, 197-99
Califano, Joseph A., Jr., 144-45n39
Cammisa, Anne Marie, 55

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