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A comparative examination of the Reagan and Thatcher administrations' approaches toward reforming the welfare state
The first part of the thesis evaluates policy change effected toward the Old Age and Survivors Insurance (OASI) program and the Food Stamp program in the United States during the Reagan years; and the Retirement Pensions ...
Universalism and targeting: The distribution of federal aid monies
The behavior of national legislators has made for interesting studies relating election goals and game theory strategies to the formation of coalitions on policy packages. These theories regarding behavior can become most ...
The regressive era: Progressive Era tax reform and the National Tax Association--roots of the modern American tax structure. (Volumes I and II)
The National Tax Association (1907) successfully led more well-known Progressive Era reform groups (National Municipal League, Civic Federation, Bar and Economics Associations and others) in advocating twenty-eight ...