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Stuck on the Streets, But in Hope of a Home: The Long-Term Homeless
One of the most extreme forms of modern-day poverty in the United States, homelessness has been steadily increasing in urban prevalence since the 1970's.1 Although many people admit that homelessness is a problem in many ...
An Unlikely Opposition: Examining Political Threats to the American Welfare State
. . . the paper opens with a consideration of the harms of a political trend hostile to government social spending. Based on evidence from the current U.S. model as well as European welfare states, I assume that government ...
The purposes of this community-based research project is to evaluate needs of low-income residents of Lexington not met by the local community and to unveil opportunities that exist for further community collaboration ...
The State and the Collection Plate: the Possibilities and Limitations of Charitable Giving
Policymakers and public officials constantly debate how best to assist the poor. Currently, the debate rages about whether the government is too large, and whether shrinking the government means eliminating many public ...