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Analyzing fresh coverage responses to social exclusion within the US, France, Denmark, the united kingdom, and on the ecu point for the reason that 1997, Daguerre argues that the improvement of energetic labour marketplace rules isn't the solution and that the reforms are indicative of a shift in the direction of conditional welfare. The e-book is predicated on in-depth interviews with key coverage makers.

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The programmes suffered from administrative chaos, lack of funding and perhaps more importantly, constant political attacks. In particular, Southern politicians opposed the infringement of the federal administration on states' rights. As anti-poverty programmes were seen as benefiting ethnic minorities to the detriment of white working- and middle-class whites, resentment against these policies built up and was successfully exploited by Republicans (Alesina and Glaeser, 2004: 161). The War on Poverty enhanced the division between working-class and middle-class programmes such as Medicare and anti-poverty schemes such as AFDC.

Murray's success was greatly facilitated by the support of business interests. According to Michael Katz, the President of the Conservative Manhattan Institute, William Hammet, invested in the production and the promotion of Murray's volume: 'He spent about $15,000 to send more than 700 free copies to influential politicians, academics and journalists, and he paid for a public relation specialist, Joan Taylor Kennedy, to manage the Murray Campaign ... Murray had generous help surmounting the expensive barriers to entry into the market place of ideas' (Katz, 1989: 152).

Mead stated that welfare recipients had developed a compliance culture, a passivity which rendered them unlikely to take up employment unless they were obliged to do so by the workfare administration. 5 Mead's authoritarian and paternalist arguments justified the development of a regime of sanctions and regular behavioural controls in order to get welfare recipients back to paid employment and self-sufficiency. There had been a growing consensus since the late 1960s according to which poverty and single motherhood were interrelated.

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