Reform job creation, not welfare

September 1996
USA Today Magazine;Sep96, Vol. 125 Issue 2616, p11
Shares sociologist David Fasenfest's contention that United States policies on job creation need to be reformed. What Fasenfast calls the war on the poor in the 1990s; Number of employed people who remain impoverished; Problem in the types of jobs being created; What changes need to be made.


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