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Labrum, B. (2000) "Family needs and desires: discretionary state welfare in New Zealand 1920-1970" PhD Thesis, Victoria University of Wellington. From Casey Family Programs: Child Welfare Finance Reform Principles, The Need for Federal Finance Reform, The Need to Reauthorize and Expand Title IV-E Waivers. United States Welfare Policy takes a fresh approach to the topic by using Catholic social teaching as a lens through which to view contemporary American welfare policies, citing the tradition's emphasis on serving the needy—including a preferential option for the poor—and the common good.

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Publisher: Van Nostrand Reinhold (January 1994)

ISBN: 0442014589

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