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Table of Contents
|Changing Poverty And Changing Antipoverty Policies||p. 1|
|Economic Changes, Demographic Changes, And Trends In Poverty||p. 33|
|Poverty Levels And Trends In Comparative Perspective||p. 35|
|Economic Change And The Structure of Opportunity For Less-Skilled Workers||p. 63|
|Family Structure, Childbearing, And Parental Employment: Implications For The Level And Trend In Poverty||p. 92|
|Immigration And Poverty In The United States||p. 122|
|Mobility And Its Consequences||p. 151|
|Enduring Influences of Childhood Poverty||p. 153|
|Mobolity In The United States In Comparative Perspective||p. 180|
|The Evolution And Scope of Antipoverty Policies||p. 201|
|Trends In Income Support||p. 203|
|The Role of Family Policies In Antipoverty Policy||p. 242|
|Improving Educational Outcomes For Poor Children||p. 266|
|WorkForce Development As An Antipoverty Strategy: What Do We Know? What Should We Do?||p. 301|
|Health Care For The Poor: For Whom, What Care, And Whose Responsibility?||p. 330|
|The Politics of Poverty And Its Meaning In a Rich Country||p. 365|
|Poverty Politics And Policy||p. 367|
|What Does It Mean To Be Poor In a Rich Society?||p. 387|
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