Flat broke with children is an analysis of the welfare system of the united states the focus of the book is the conservative welfare reform legislation passed in 1996 under the clinton administration the personal responsibility and work opportunity reconciliation act. In flat broke with children sharon hays tells us the story of welfare reform from inside the welfare office and inside the lives of welfare mothers describing the challenges that welfare. Flat broke with children women in the age of welfare reform available in paperback nook book read an excerpt of this book add to wishlist isbn 10 0195176014 isbn 13 9780195176018 pub date 10 01 2004 publisher oxford university press flat broke with children women in the age of welfare reform by sharon hays read reviews paperback view all available formats editions current . Sharon hays book flat broke with children provides a revealing picture of what is happening to the poorest people in the us in the wake of the 1996 welfare reform by all outward signs welfare reform seems to address the perceived problems of welfare it has time limits and work requirements it helps with job training and childcare expenses it promotes traditional work ethics as . In flat broke with children women in the age of welfare reform sharon hays using her research from two towns focuses on single mothers who have at least occasionally relied on welfare for
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