This volume offers a redefinition of the welfare state as a
power process that involves shifts in relative emphasis on both
corporate and social welfare processes and expenditures. Through an
analysis of the 1989 savings and loan bailout, the authors reveal
the dynamics of the welfare process, and provide central case
studies and a conceptual framework for policy debates on welfare
"as we know it."
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