The recent inauguration of a new Chief Executive in Washington, who has already indicated some willingness to try bold solutions to the twin problems of welfare and poverty,' may help create a more realistic political climate for liberals and conservatives. Both groups may be less eager to attribute spiraling increases in the "family" relief categories to personal delinquencies rather than economic circumstances.
James J. Graham,
Public Assistance: Congress and the Employable Mother,
U. Rich. L. Rev.
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