Berkeley : University of California Press, 2005.
xvi, 355 pages
Formatted Contents Note
Dreams deferred, broken families, and hardship : the impacts of welfare reform Attacking welfare, promoting work and marriage : continuity and change in welfare opposition The first welfare backlash (1945/1979) The 1950s welfare backlash and federal complicity Explaining the postwar rise of welfare opposition The Southern welfare backlash : Georgia and Kentucky The Northern and Western welfare backlashes : California and New York Setting the stage : the failures of liberal innovation The contemporary welfare backlash (1980/2004) The rise of the Republican right and new Democrats Business interests, conservative think tanks, and the assault on welfare The contemporary welfare backlash, 1980/2004 Rebuilding the welfare state : forging a new deal for working families.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.