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June 7, 2008

Paper worth reading: Privatization, Policy Paralysis, and the Poor

David A. Super has a new paper worth checking out: David A. Super, Privatization, Policy Paralysis, and
the Poor, 96 Calif. L. Rev. 393 (2008).  So far I have been unable to find an online version other than through Lexis or Westlaw so you will have to dig for it, but it is worth it.  In the paper, Prof. Super looks critically at the privatization of welfare and other support service agencies (food stamps, etc.); the paper details the sort of privatization that is taking place and argues in favor of maintaining the government support bureaucracy. 

-E.R. erosser@wcl.american.edu

June 7, 2008 in Books/Articles/Reports of Interest | Permalink

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