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Title Welfare : a documentary history of U.S. policy and politics / edited by Gwendolyn Mink and Rickie Solinger ; with a foreword by Frances Fox Piven.

Imprint New York : New York University Press, ©2003.

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Description xxiii, 817 pages ; 26 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Foreword / Frances Fox Piven -- pt. I. 1900-1940 -- 1. Public Relief and Private Charity (1884) / Josephine Shaw Lowell -- 2. First National Congress of Mothers: Programme (1897) -- 3. First National Congress of Mothers: Address of Welcome (1897) / Theodore W. Birney -- 4. First International Congress in America on the Welfare of the Child: Address to the Delegates (1908) / Theodore Roosevelt -- 5. Conference on the Care of Dependent Children: Call for the Conference (1908) / Theodore Roosevelt -- 6. Conference on the Care of Dependent Children: Special Message to the Senate and House of Representatives (1909) / Theodore Roosevelt -- 7. Illinois "Funds to Parents Act" (1911) -- 8. Massachusetts Commission on the Support of Dependent Minor Children of Widowed Mothers: Report (1913) -- 9. Modern Industry in Relation to the Family, Health, Education, Morality (1914) / Florence Kelley -- 10. Mothers Can Be Trusted (1915) / Lillian D. Wald -- 11. Case for Widows' Pensions (1915) / Hannah B. Einstein -- 12. Conference on Social Insurance: Remarks (1916) / Florence Kelley -- 13. Conference on Social Insurance: Remarks (1916) / Edith Abbott -- 14. Conference on Social Insurance: Remarks (1916) / Sherman C. Kingsley -- 15. Aid to Mothers with Dependent Children (1921) / Emma O. Lundberg -- 16. Conference on Mothers' Pensions: Proceedings (1922) -- 17. Come, Let Us Reason Together (1924) / Evalyn T. Cavin -- 18. Need for Security (1935) / Committee on Economic Security -- 19. Message to Congress on Social Security (January 17, 1935) / Franklin Roosevelt -- 20. Hearings on the Economic Security Act of 1935 / Grace Abbott -- 21. Hearings on the Economic Security Act of 1935 / George E. Haynes -- 22. Social Security Act of 1935: Title IV -- Grants to States for Aid to Dependent Children (1935) -- 23. Social Security Program Must Include All Those Who Need Its Protection: Radio Address on the Third Anniversary of the Social Security Act (August 15, 1938) / Franklin Roosevelt -- 24. Statement on Signing Some Amendments to the Social Security Act (August 11, 1939) / Franklin Roosevelt -- 25. Social Security Act Amendments of 1939: Old-Age and Survivors Insurance Benefit Payments (1939) -- 26. Louisiana Mothers' Pension Statute (1939) -- 27. Santa Cruz Child-Welfare Cases (1940) -- pt. II. 1940s -- 28. White House Conference on Children in a Democracy: Final Report (1940) -- 29. Newport News Administers Cash Payments (1940) -- 30. Flag Salutes and Food (1940) -- 31. Families Receiving Aid to Dependent Children (1942) / Bureau of Public Assistance -- 32. Impact of the War on the Public Assistance Programs (1943) / Jane M. Hoey -- 33. Work and Welfare of Children of Agricultural Laborers in Hidalgo County, Texas (1943) / Amber Arthun Warburton, Helen Wood and Marian M. Crane -- 34. Social Action on Settlement Laws (1944) / Myron Falk -- 35. Common Human Needs: An Interpretation for Staff in Public Assistance Agencies (1945) / Charlotte Towle -- 36. Employed Mothers of Children in the A.D.C. Program: Cook County Bureau of Public Welfare (1945) / Ruth A. Kasman -- 37. Horsefeathers Swathed in Mink (1947) / A.J. Liebling -- 38. Okies (1947) -- 39. Public Assistance: A Report to the Select Committee on Finance (1948) / Advisory Council on Social Security -- 40. Hearings on the Social Security Act Amendments of 1949 / Edgar G. Brown -- 41. Public Assistance as a Social Obligation (1949) / A. Delafield Smith -- pt. III. 1950s -- 42. Fraud and Waste in Public Welfare Programs: Debate in Congress (1951) -- 43. Appraisal of What the Critics Are Saying about Public Assistance (1952) -- 44. Future Citizens All (1952) / Gordon W. Blackwell and Raymond Gould -- 45. Cleveland Sends 9 Negroes South (1956) -- 46. Social Work Syndrome (1966) / Gilbert Y. Steiner -- 47. California v. Tressie Neal Shirley: Opinions (1961) -- 48. Illegitimacy and Its Impact on the Aid to Dependent Children Program (1960) / Bureau of Public Assistance -- 49. American Dependency Challenge (1963) / M. Elaine Burgess and Daniel O. Price -- pt. IV. 1960s -- 50. Facts, Fallacies and Future: A Study of the ADC Program of Cook County, Illinois (1960) / Greenleigh Associates -- 51. Letter to State Agencies Administering Approved Public Assistance Plans (1961) / Bureau of Public Assistance -- 52. Newburgh Story (1961) / Thom Blair -- 53. Special Message to Congress on Public Welfare Programs (February 1, 1962) / John Fitzgerald Kennedy -- 54. Washington, D.C., Welfare Studies (1962) -- 55. Message to Congress on the Economic Opportunity Act (1964) / Lyndon B. Johnson -- 56. Negro Family: The Case for National Action (1965) / Daniel Patrick Moynihan -- 57. Individual Rights and Social Welfare: The Emerging Legal Issues (1965) / Charles A. Reich -- 58. Weight of the Poor: A Strategy to End Poverty (1966) / Richard A. Cloward and Frances Fox Piven -- 59. Woman Battles Sterlization Ruling (1966) / Harry Trimborn -- 60. Recipients Aroused: The New Welfare Rights Movements (1967) / Joseph E. Paull -- 61. Anti-NWRO Letters to Senator Russell Long (1967) -- 62. United Neighborhood Houses' Antipoverty Hearings (1967) -- 63. Hearings on Consumer Problems of the Poor (1967) / Janie Boyd -- 64. Time to Listen ... a Time to Act: Voices from the Ghettos of the Nation's Cities (1967) / U.S. Commission on Civil Rights -- 65. Governor's Conference on Public Welfare (1967) -- 66. Hearings on the War on Poverty (1967) -- 67. 47 More Negroes Held in Carolina (1968) / James T. Wooten -- 68. King v. Smith (1968) -- 69. Report of the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders (1968) -- 70. Hearing before the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights (1968) -- 71. Welfare Is Not a Right: Two Affirmations (1967, 1969) -- 72. Maximum Feasible Participation (1967, 1969) -- 73. Call-and-Response (1969) / Jesse Jackson -- 74. Guerrilla Theater (1969) -- 75. Welfare Reform: Shared Responsibility (August 8, 1969) / Richard M. Nixon -- 76. Proposals for a Guaranteed Adequate Income (1969) / National Welfare Rights Organization -- 77. Thompson v. Shapiro (1969) -- 78. Goldberg v. Kelly (1970) -- 79. Gallup Polls on Americans' Attitudes about Welfare (1961-1969) / George M. Gallup -- pt. V. 1970s -- 80. Dandridge v. Williams (1970) -- 81. When You Just Give Money to the Poor (1970) / Fred J. Cook -- 82. Hearings on the Family Assistance Act of 1970 -- 83. Statement on Welfare Reform (1970) / AFL-CIO Executive Council -- 84. Welfare Rights Activism in the Early 1970s (1971-1973) -- 85. Wyman v. James (1971) -- 86. Welfare Myths vs. Facts (1971) -- 87. Welfare Mess: A Scandal of Illegitimacy and Desertion (1971) / Russell B. Long -- 88. Welfare Is a Women's Issue (1972) / Johnnie Tillmon -- 89. H.R. 1 and the Poverty of Women (1972) / National Organization for Women -- 90. Hearings on Problems in Administration of Public Welfare Programs (1972) / Jeanette Wimbley -- 91. State's Abortion Law Helps Reduce Welfare Costs (1972) -- 92. Jefferson v. Hackney (1972) -- 93. State of the Union Message on Human Resources (March 1, 1973) / Richard M. Nixon -- 94. Hearings on Health Care and Human Experimentation (1973) -- 95. Hearings on Health Care and Human Experimentation (1973) / Niel Ruth Cox -- 96. Hearing on Child Support and the Work Bonus (1973) / Martha S. Greenwalt -- 97. New Jersey Welfare Rights Organization v. Cahill (1973) -- 98. Hearings on the Impact of Federal Policies (1973) -- 99. Funding Sterilization and Abortion for the Poor (1975) / Sheila M. Rothman -- 100. Welfare Reforms Near a Standstill (1976) / William F. Farrell -- 101. State of the Union Address (January 19, 1976) / Gerald R. Ford -- 102. Four Republicans Speak about Medicaid Funding of Abortion (1976, 1978).
Subject Public welfare -- United States -- History.
Public welfare -- United States -- History -- Sources.
United States -- Social policy.
United States -- Social policy -- Sources.
Public welfare. (OCoLC)fst01083250
Social policy. (OCoLC)fst01122738
United States. (OCoLC)fst01204155
Aide sociale -- États-Unis -- Histoire -- Sources.
États-Unis -- Politique sociale -- Histoire -- Sources.
Sozialpolitik (DE-588)4055879-4
Soziale Wohlfahrt (DE-588)4128493-8
United States.
Genre/Form History. (OCoLC)fst01411628
Sources. (OCoLC)fst01423900
Added Author Mink, Gwendolyn, 1952- editor.
Solinger, Rickie, 1947- editor.
ISBN 0814756549 (pbk. ; alk. paper)
9780814756546 (pbk. ; alk. paper)
0814756530 (cloth ; alk. paper)
9780814756539 (cloth ; alk. paper)
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