The Hidden Side of the American Welfare State
Christopher Howard shows how tax expenditures, a major form of indirect social spending in the United States, substantially increase the size and alter the structure of the American welfare state. He also shows how tax expenditures challenge widely held beliefs about the origins of U.S. social programs.
The Submerged State: How Invisible Government Policies Undermine American Democracy, Suzanne Mettler Reviewed by Christopher Howard
When Dreams Came True: The GI Bill and the Making of Modern America, Michael J. Bennett Reviewed by Christopher Howard
Welfare, Ideology, and Need: Developing Perspectives on the Welfare State, Martin Hewitt Reviewed by Christopher Howard
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