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Edited by Beland, Daniel; Howard, Christopher; Morgan, Kimberly J.
This handbook provides a survey of the American welfare state. It offers an historical overview of U.S. social policy from the colonial era to the present, a discussion of available theoretical perspectives on it, an analysis of social programs, and on overview of the U.S. welfar...e state's consequences for poverty, inequality, and citizenship.Read more
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By Morgan, Kimberly J.; Campbell, Andrea Louise
In The Delegated Welfare State, the first book in the Oxford Studies in Postwar American Political Development series, Andrea Campbell and Kimberly Morgan use the exampke of Medicare to tackle the federal government's increasing propensity in recent times to outsource governmenta...l functions to the private sector.Read more
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By Morgan, Kimberly J.
Should mothers of young children work outside the home at all? Comparing the various policy choices made across France, the Netherlands, Sweden, and the US, this book shows that there are differences in the extent to which societies accept both the idea of working mothers and the... role of the state in shaping both gender roles and children's lives.Read more
Edited by Morgan, Kimberly J.; Orloff, Ann Shola
This book offers a sampling of cutting-edge research on the state, pointing to future directions for research and providing innovative ways of theorizing states.
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