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This is the introduction to Holes in the Safety Net: Federalism and Poverty (Ezra Rosser ed., Cambridge University Press, 2019). The table of contents for the book, with links to the other chapters, can be found below: Introduction (this document) Ezra Rosser Part I: Welfare and Federalism Ch. 1 Federalism, Entitlement, and Punishment across the US Social Welfare State Wendy Bach Ch. 2 Laboratories of Suffering: Toward Democratic Welfare Governance Monica Bell, Andrea Taverna, Dhruv Aggarwal, and Isra Syed Ch. 3 The Difference in Being Poor in Red States versus Blue States Michele Gilman Part II: States, Federalism, and Antipoverty Efforts Ch. 4 States’ Rights and State Wrongs: Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program Work Requirements in Rural America Rebecca H. Williams and Lisa R. Pruitt Ch. 5 State and Local Tax Takeaways Francine J. Lipman Ch. 6 Early Childhood Development and the Replication of Poverty Clare Huntington Ch. 7 States Diverting Funds from the Poor Daniel Hatcher Ch. 8 States’ Evolving Role in the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program David A. Super Part III: Advocacy Ch. 9 Federalism in Health Care Reform Nicole Huberfeld Ch. 10 Poverty Lawyering in the States Andrew Hammond Ch. 11 Conclusion: A Way Forward Peter Edelman
Holes in the Safety Net: Federalism and Poverty
Cambridge University Press
Poverty, Poverty Law, Federalism, Welfare
Political Economy | Public Law and Legal Theory | Social Welfare | Social Welfare Law
Rosser, Ezra, "Introduction" (2019). Contributions to Books. 194.