FROM ISSUE NUMBER 91 - SPRING 1988 GO TO TABLE OF CONTENTS
Equality and Mobility
THE CLAIMS Of a wide range of “special” groups, and the costs of meeting these claims, are a prominent issue in today’s welfare state. Such groups include the elderly and children, AIDS victims and the drug-dependent, the hungry and the homeless, the mentally ill and the physically disabled. Few of their needs can be met adequately by such established welfare-state programs as pensions, health insurance, unemployment compensation, or public assistance.
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