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Following Through: America, Britain, and the Rhetorical Drive from Welfare to Work
Sharing a similar cultural, sociological, and legal background, the United States and the United Kingdom provide one another with an opportunity for comparison and reflection. In the specific arena of public assistance, ...
Effects of 1996 on Immigration and Immigrant Policy Reforms on Legal Permanent Residents
Essentially, PRWORA [Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act] promised to decrease welfare spending by $55 billion over five years, limit welfare receipt to two years after which time recipients ...