Table of contents for From welfare to workfare : the unintended consequences of liberal reform, 1945-1965 / by Jennifer Mittelstadt.

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 p. vii, contents (viii blank)
 List of Illustrations and Tables 000
 Acknowledgements Acknowledgments 000
 Introduction 1
 1. A New Postwar Paradigm for Welfare: From Comprehensive Social
 Welfare to Welfare Services 000
 2. Strengthening Family Life and Encouraging Independence: The
 Gendered Basis of Postwar Rehabilitation of the Poor 000
 3. Selling Welfare: The Gender and Race Politics of Coalition and
 Consensus 000
 4. A <"New Spirit" in Welfare: Women and Work in the Kennedy
 Administration 000
 5. <"Doing Enough for Broken Families": The Liberal Social Agenda
 on Welfare, Women's Rights, and Poverty, [email protected] 000
 Epilogue 000
 Appendix A: Major Federal Legislative Developments in Aid for
 Dependent Children, [email protected] 000
 Appendix B: Major Federal Legislative Developments in Aid for
 Dependent Children Encouraging or Requiring Employment, [email protected] 
 Notes 000
 Selected Bibliography 000
 Index 000
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Aid to families with dependent children programs -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
Poor women -- Government policy -- United States.
Welfare recipients -- Employment -- United States.
Public welfare -- United States -- History -- 20th century.