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An Expanded Child Tax Credit Will Help Children

Does Religion Ease the Burden of Poverty?

On the 25th Anniversary of Welfare Reform, a Study Asks How It Worked

Does Poverty Create Psychopathic Behavior? No, But Family Instability Appears To

Yes, Poverty Is About More Than Money, But Money Helps

Sorry, Mr. President: Paychecks, Not Handouts, Are Key to Poverty Reduction

Cash Alone Won’t Solve the Multifaceted Problems Associated With Child Poverty

Why a Fully Refundable CTC Is the Wrong Policy for Working Families

The Bourgeois Equality of a Universal Child Allowance

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