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  • Job From Virginia's Welfare Reform Program
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    Has Our Welfare Reform Failed Us? Welfare is a means of financial assistant for poverty stricken individuals. Year after year presidents have attempted to reconstruct the welfare system so it does not act as a backbone for those who do not want to work, and year after year success seemed out of reach. That is, until President Bill Clinton thought he had the answer. He signed the new welfare reform act in August of 1996, vowing to "end welfare as we know it". Terminating a 62 year-old federal ent...
  • Ontario Works Welfare Recipients
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    From Welfare to Workfare TABLE OF CONTENTS THE ORIGINS OF WORKFARE 1 THE BASICS OF WORKFARE. 2 PC POLICY DIRECTION OF WORKFARE 2 WHY? A CONSERVATIVE POINT OF VIEW 4 WHY NOT? AN OPPOSITION'S POINT OF VIEW 6 CONCLUSION 8 WORKS CITED " THE ORIGINS OF 'WORKFARE' There's an old joke that goes something like... Where do you hide a welfare recipient's cheque, where he " ll never find it? Under his work boots. When Mike Harris was campaigning for the Progressive conservative party in 1994 he promised a ...
  • Stereotypical Welfare Recipient
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    A Better Way: Four Interviews On The Welfare System Myths surrounding the issue of welfare in our country today are so prevalent that it is difficult for individuals to determine the exact source of their learned misconceptions. Whether it be through the media, family, peers or elsewhere, Americans become indoctrinated with the stereotype of the welfare recipient to a greater degree than any other I can pinpoint. From extensive discussions with others on the subject, as well as from personal exp...
  • Welfare Recipients
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    In the past twenty years, welfare fraud and abuse has become an overwhelming problem. Large numbers of people are living off the government alone, with no attempt of finding work. Our welfare system is out of date and needs to be slimmed down. Congress needs to eliminate the mindset of Americans that welfare can be used as a free ride through life. No matter how liberal or conservative, all politicians agree that welfare costs could be greatly reduced if abuse and fraud were eliminated. Welfare ...
  • States Welfare Work Programs
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    Workfare - Welfare with a Twist Since nearly fourteen percent of all Americans live in poverty, the subject of welfare has become a political hot potato. Politicians anxious to win points by cutting welfare rolls are increasingly favoring "workfare", which mandates programs requiring those on welfare to get job training and jobs. (See Table 1) Workfare can be defined as a government administered policy whereby those in need and without regular employment are obligated to perform a work related a...
  • Vast Majority Of Welfare Recipients Into Jobs
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    To what extent do you believe the government should be involved in welfare today Under the old welfare system, founded during the Great Depression, the federal government provided fairly uniform benefits to the nations poor mostly mothers and children with out regard to the details of their personal circumstances, and with no time limit. But as the times changed, changes that should have been made years ago, didnt become effective until the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconcilia...
  • Implementation Of A Successful Welfare Program
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    The Failure of Welfare Reform In August of 1996, the Personal Responsibilty and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act was signed by our president. According to the Washington Post, since that time, there are seven million fewer people on welfare. The welfare roles have been cut in half. This result seems promising, but should it be used to evaluate welfare reform's success This question divides the issue among party lines. Generally, republicans view this outcome as a reliable way to measure refor...
  • Profiles Of The Stereotypical Welfare Mother
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    "They are nothing but burdens to our society."They are lazy and undeserving."We need to get them jobs, not food or money."We work hard for our food, why should we use our money (taxes) to support them? It's their entire fault why our taxes are so high!" Those are the things that one often hears about people on welfare in America. Welfare recipients have always been the victim of stereotyping and scapegoating. Downey, a welfare mother, gave the readers a glimpse of her life through her essay. Thr...

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