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Oh! What a Lovely War

8 January 2014 By Martin Hutchinson

The U.S. welfare programs launched in 1964 improved the lives of the old and minorities, while tax credits and non-cash transfers helped more than official statistics suggest. On the flip side they also worsened incentives. But economic growth remains the best poverty reducer.

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