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The administration of the welfare state has undergone two major reforms since its inception. Police, criminal courts, prisons, and other parts of the justice system are not generally considered part of the social welfare system, while child protection services are. Information and assistance pertaining to benefit and entitlement programs, such as Food Stamps, Social Security, Medicaid, and utility assistance, are provided.

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Publisher: Lexington Books; 1St Edition edition (October 27, 1999)

ISBN: 0739100327

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