2 edition of state of the poor found in the catalog.
state of the poor
Eden, Frederick Morton Sir
Facsimile reproduction of the complete edition 1st printed by J. Davis in 1797.
|LC Classifications||HV245 .E22 1966a|
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The phrase “welfare state” is of recent origin. It was first used to describe Labour Britain after From Britain the phrase made its way round the world. It was freely employed, usually but not exclusively by politicians and journalists, in relation to diverse societies at diverse stages of ://
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The book's original conceptual framework and intriguing findings will interest scholars of South Asia and American politics, social theorists, and policy-makers. and New Deal United Family Problems. The poor are at greater risk for family problems, including divorce and domestic violence.
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The series is based on an unprecedented effort to gather the views, ex- periences, and aspirations of mor e t poor men and women fr