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An education programme will be developed to inform the public about the restructuring process and the new procedures. 35. The California Department of Child Support oversees California�s Child Support Program. Barrett’s approach to social reform also included interracial cooperation. Management activities can be grouped into five components: planning, organizing, commanding, coordinating, and controlling. Even as the welfare state has improved the material comfort of low-income Americans by transferring enormous financial resources to them, it has exacerbated these behavioral problems.

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