Master of Arts (MA)
First Committee Member
Murray N. Rothbard
Number of Pages
This thesis considers the social welfare administration legislation that was passed during the presidential administration of Lyndon Johnson, and whether this legislation has successfully accomplished the eradication of poverty in the United States. It is concluded that poverty remains a persistent problem in the United States. Reasons for the persistence of poverty are considered and major private and public alternatives to present poverty relief programs are examined.
Administration; Alternatives; Analysis; Examination; Major; Progress; Social; United States; Welfare
Economic history; Economics; Public administration; Public policy
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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Marshall, Amy Marie, "An analysis of the progress of social welfare administration in the United States and an examination of some major alternatives" (1989). UNLV Retrospective Theses & Dissertations. 79.