Are all needy communities treated equally under the U.S. welfare system?
Not necessarily, according to a new study published in the April American Sociological Review, which suggests privatized welfare has created powerful political blocs that use their clout to win disproportionate amounts of government money.
Most public assistance in the United States consists of cash payments given directly to needy individuals or families. But about 20 percent of federal funds are distributed through...
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