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A Public Transformed? Welfare Reform as Policy Feedback
While welfare reform in the 1990s made welfare less salient as a public issue, the authors show that it did little to change the public's willingness to spend on anti-poverty efforts or to support the Democratic Party. ...
The Color of Devolution: Race, Federalism, and the Politics of Social Control
Through analysis of state-level policy decisions, the authors show how modest but consistent racial effects on policy choices combine to produce large disparities in welfare and criminal justice policies encountered ...