By David M. Haugen
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Besides welfare-to-work reforms, what other government policies do the authors say have benefited the security of single mothers and their children? 3. According to Winship and Jencks, why should the government not try to bring more women off the welfare rolls by tightening welfare reform policies? W hen President [Bill] Clinton signed welfare reform into law in 1996, many observers predicted a sharp increase in poverty among single mothers and their children. Some social welfare advocates worried that single mothers would be unable to find work, or that moving from welfare to work would boost their income while decreasing their material standard of living.
That’s one out-of-wedlock birth every 35 seconds. Of those born inside marriage, a great many children will experience their parents’ divorce before they reach age 18.
Samuelson “One ‘Reform’ That Worked,” Newsweek, August 7, 2006. John Stossel “The Public Trough Is Bigger than Ever,” Human Events, May 14, 2007. Wall Street Journal “Welfare Reform: Ten Years Later,” August 26, 2006. 61 CHAPTER 2 How Do Welfare Policies Affect Families? 62 Chapter Preface A s the debate over welfare reform raged in the mid-1990s, commentators often portrayed welfare recipients as idle, sexually promiscuous city dwellers getting fat and rich and raising large families off welfare handouts.