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by Deborah E. Ward

eBook The White Welfare State: The Racialization of U.S. Welfare Policy epub
  • ISBN: 0472114557
  • Author: Deborah E. Ward
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Sociology
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of Michigan Press; Annotated edition edition (November 14, 2005)
  • Pages: 208 pages
  • ePUB size: 1922 kb
  • FB2 size 1561 kb
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The White Welfare State book. Arguing that race has always been central to welfare policy-making in the United States, Deborah Ward breaks new ground by showing that the Mothers' Pensions-the Progressive-Era precursors to modern welfare programs-were premised on a policy of racial discrimination agains The White Welfare State challenges common misconceptions of the development of .

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Current welfare policies denying additional benefits to women who have children while on assistance are premised on the idea that the giving of aid causes reproduction, an idea that has its origins in earlier debates over aid policy. This paper examines ideas concerning the relationship of public aid policy to reproduction by its recipients in late eighteenth and early nineteenth century England,. and the influence of these ideas on the poor law policy of the period.

The White Welfare State challenges common misconceptions of the development of . Arguing that race has always been central to welfare policy-making in the United States, Deborah Ward breaks new ground by showing that the Mothers' Pensions-the Progressive-Era precursors to modern welfare programs-were premised on a policy of racial discrimination against blacks and other minorities.

Ward, Deborah . 1967-. Note: Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, c2005. Subject: Welfare recipients - Government policy - United States. Subject: Public welfare - United States. Subject: Social service and race relations - United States. Subject: Racism in public welfare - United States. Subject: United States - Race relations.

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Deborah Ward's book contributes nicely to that literature

Deborah Ward's book contributes nicely to that literature. The contributors to this literature prove to be an interdisciplinary group and include scholars from history, policy studies, political science, and sociology. Export citation Request permission.

Media, Public Opinion, and Foreign Policy in the Age of Social Media. Baum et al. 1427 East 60th Street, Chicago, IL 60637

Media, Public Opinion, and Foreign Policy in the Age of Social Media. 1427 East 60th Street, Chicago, IL 60637. The University of Chicago Press Books.

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The White Welfare State challenges common misconceptions of the development of U.S. welfare policy. Arguing that race has always been central to welfare policy-making in the United States, Deborah Ward breaks new ground by showing that the Mothers' Pensions--the Progressive-Era precursors to modern welfare programs--were premised on a policy of racial discrimination against blacks and other minorities. Ward's rigorous and thoroughly documented analysis demonstrates that the creation and implementation of the mothers' pensions program was driven by debates about who "deserved" social welfare and not who needed it the most."In The White Welfare State, Deborah Ward assembles a powerful array of documentary and statistical evidence to reveal the mechanisms, centrality, and deep historical continuity of racial exclusion in modern 'welfare' provision in the United States. Bringing unparalleled scrutiny to the provisions and implementation of state-level mothers' pensions, she argues persuasively that racialized patterns of welfare administration were firmly entrenched in this Progressive Era legislation, only to be adopted and reinforced in the New Deal welfare state. With rigorous and clear-eyed analysis, she pushes us to confront the singular role of race in welfare's development, from its early 20th-century origins to its official demise at century's end."--Alice O'Connor, University of California at Santa Barbara"This is a richly informative and arresting work. The White Welfare State will force a reevaluation of the role racism has played as a fundamental feature in even the most progressive features of the American welfare state. Written elegantly, this book will provoke a wide-ranging discussion among social scientists, historians, and students of public policy."--Ira Katznelson, Ruggles Professor of Political Science and History, Columbia University "This book offers an original and absorbing account of early policies that shaped the course of the American welfare state. It extends yet challenges extant interpretations and expands our understanding of the interconnections of race and class issues in the U.S., and American political development more broadly."--Rodney Hero, University of Notre Dame
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