Regulating the Lives of Women: Social Welfare Policy from Colonial Times to the Present

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INDEX
Abbott, Grace, 193
Abolition movement, 126, 127, 140- 142
Accumulation functions of the state, 17
Advisory Council on Social Security ( 1975), 258, 263-264
Aging, see Old Age Insurance (OAI)
Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA), 223, 278
Agriculture:
decline of, 138
of North American colonies, 50-52
workers, 223, 249, 280
Aid to Families with Dependent
Children (AFDC), 265, 313-342
attacks on ( 1945-62), 319-329
and Mothers' Pensions, 305-318
in 1980s, 352-356
regulation by exclusion and, 318- 339
and strengthening family life ( 1962-67), 329-324
work, welfare and ( 1967-80), 334- 342
Almshouses, 87-89, 164
early 19th century growth of, 155- 159
Altmyer, Arthur J., 253
American Association of Labor Legislation (AALL), 247
American Association for Social Security, 232, 247
American Federation of Labor (AFL), 189, 224, 230, 251, 278
American Public Welfare Association, 277
American Sunday School Union, 145
Anderson, Martin, 359-360
Andrews, John, 247-273
Anti-Slavery Society ( 1837), 125
Apprenticeship of children, 87, 92
Association for Improving the Conditions of the Poor, 141-142, 145, 150- 152
Association of Public Wefare, 332
Association for the Relief of Respectable, Aged, Indigent Females, 151
Association of Women Wage-Earners, 190
Asylums, 83
Atlanta Neighborhood Union, 198
Ball, Robert, 262
Baltimore, 140, 148
Bane, Mary Jo, 354, 356-357
Bell, Winifred, 206, 326
Berger, Elizabeth, 87
Better Jobs and Income Program, 339
Bibb, Henry, 64
Black men, 161
and colonial slave codes, 83-84
in the Great Depression, 218-219, 234, 278, 286-287
industrial family ethic and, 119-120
Social Security coverage of, 250
Black women, 30, 39
Aid to Families with Dependent Children and, 318-319, 320-327
asylums for, 161-163
charities and, 154-155

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