Table of contents for Backlash against welfare mothers : past and present / Ellen Reese.

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Contents
List of Illustrations	000
Acknowledgments	000
Part 1: Introduction
Chapter 1: Dreams Deferred, Broken Families, and Hardship: The Impacts of Welfare 
Reform	000
Chapter 2: Attacking Welfare, Promoting Work and Marriage: Continuity and Change in 
Welfare Opposition	000
Part 2: The First Welfare Backlash (1945/1979)
Chapter 3: The 1950s Welfare Backlash and Federal Complicity	000
Chapter 4: Explaining the Postwar Rise of Welfare Opposition	000
Chapter 5: The Southern Welfare Backlash: Georgia and Kentucky	000
Chapter 6: The Northern and Western Welfare Backlashes: California and New York
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Chapter 7: Setting the Stage: The Failures of Liberal Innovation	000
Part 3: The Contemporary Welfare Backlash (1980/2004)
Chapter 8: The Rise of the Republican Right and New Democrats	000
Chapter 9: Business Interests, Conservative Think Tanks, and the Assault on Welfare
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Chapter 10: The Contemporary Welfare Backlash, 1980/2004	000
Chapter 11: Rebuilding the Welfare State: Forging a New Deal for Working Families
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Appendix	000
Notes	000
References	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Public welfare -- United States -- History.
Welfare recipients -- Employment -- United States.
Aid to families with dependent children programs.
Single mothers -- Government policy -- United States.
United States -- Social policy.