Mink Coats Don't Trickle Down: The Economic Attack on Women and People of Color
South End Press, 1988 - 64 pagine
Provides students, activists, academics with tools and facts to understand the effects of conservative economic policies.
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20 percent AFDC afﬁrmative action American average Barbara Ehrenreich beneﬁts black families black women Bohmer Budget and Policy budget cuts business cycle capita income Center on Budget changes color Current Population Reports decline dollar earnings Economic Report economic status economists employment federal female female-headed families female-headed households Feminization of Poverty Figure ﬁrst Frances Fox Piven free-market full-time gains government transfers growth Impact improved increased industries inequality infant mortality rate Isabel Sawhill Jerry Falwell labor force participation labor market Labor Statistics Latino living standards long-term male-headed manufacturing McCrate median income men’s ment Mickey Leland military spending Money Income P-60 Series political poor postwar poverty line poverty rates prime-age racism ratio Reagan administration Reaganomics reduced reﬂects relative to white Sawhill sector structure Tax Reform tion tive trends trickle-down economic U.S. Census Bureau unemploy unemployment unemployment rate University of Massachusetts wage welfare white women white workers