The National Government and Social Welfare: What Should Be the Federal Role?

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Index
A-Corp, 68n.49
Adams, Charles Francis, 54-55
Adjusted average per capita costs (AAPCCs), 113
AFDC. See Aid for Families with Dependent Children
African-Americans: AFDC benefit levels, 166-68; housing discrimination, 139; shelter poor, 144; unemployment rates, 153
Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, 129
Aid for the Aged, 6, 9. See also Cash relief; Public welfare
Aid for the Blind, 6, 9. See also Cash relief; Public welfare
Aid for Dependent Children. See Aid for Families with Dependent Children (AFDC); Cash relief; Public welfare
Aid for the Disabled, 9. See also Cash relief; Public welfare
Aid for Families with Dependent Children (AFDC), 2, 9, 14, 17, 19-20, 26, 77, 115, 148-71. See also Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome), 10; health promotion, 121; new drugs, 118
America Works, 26
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), 132
Anderson, Elijah, 32
Apprenticeships, 36. See also Youth apprenticeships
Atomic bomb, 17
Bane, Mary Jo, 152
Beveridge Report, 72
Bill of Rights, 13, 72
Bingaman, Jeff, 61
Bishop, John, 40
Blacks. See African-Americans
Block grants, AFDC, 147, 162-71
Bluestone, Barry, 30
Brandeis, Louis D., 55
Britain. See Great Britain
Bureau of Labor Statistics, 31
Burns, Arthur F., 22
Burtless, Gary, 31, 78
California, 170
Canada: government benefits to families, 151; health promotion, 121

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