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U.S. National Debate Topic 2009-2010 (Reference Shelf)
by The H W wilson Company Inc
Binding: Paperback, First Edition edition, 182 pages
Publisher: H.W. Wilson
Weight: 0.75 pound
Dimension: H: 0.4 x L: 9.7 x W: 6.6 inches
ISBN 10: 0824210905
ISBN 13: 9780824210908
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I. Water, Water Everywhere : Perspectives on Poverty in the United States

Editor s Introduction
1. The Other America. Jonathan Alter. Newsweek.
2. The Changing Face of Poverty in America. William E. Spriggs. The American Prospect.
3. Poverty Row. Jeffrey M. Jones. Hoover Digest.
4. Poverty Is Back! Ezra Klein. The American Prospect.
5. We Don t Need Another War on Poverty. Stephen Malanga. City Journal.

II. Welfare Since Reform: Is It Still Relevant?

Editor s Introduction
1. How Welfare Reform Worked. Kay S. Hymowitz. City Journal.
2. Using Carrots and Sticks. Ron Haskins and Isabel Sawhill. The American Prospect.
3. Is Welfare Working? Jonathan Walters. Governing Magazine.
4. Unfinished Business. Thomas Massaro. Commonweal.
5. Welfare Aid Isn t Growing as Economy Drops Off. Jason DeParle. The New York Times.

III. The Medicaid and SCHIP Debates

Editor s Introduction
1. Reforming Medicaid. John C. Goodman and Devon M. Herrick. USA Today.
2. Something of Value. Gary Enos. Governing.
3. SCHIP and Beyond. Jonathan Walters. Governing.
4. An Immoral Philosophy. Paul Krugman. The New York Times.
5. Sleepwalking Toward DD Day. George F. Will. Newsweek.
6. Boost for SCHIP. Jennifer Lubell. Modern Healthcare.

IV. Feeding America s Hungry: Food Stamps/Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

Editor s Introduction
1. Hungry in America. Trudy Lieberman. The Nation.
2. Reflections on the Food Stamp Program. Bonny O Neil. Policy and Practice of Public Human Services.
3. Food Stamps and Obesity. Michele Ver Ploeg and Katherine Ralston. Amber Waves.
4. Food Stamps. America.
5. Hunger Hysteria. Robert Rector. National Review.
6. 2008 Farm Act Makes It Easier for Food Assistance Households to Save. Margaret Andrews. Amber Waves.
7. Improving Food Choices Can Food Stamps Do More? Joanne F. Guth rie, et al. Amber Waves.
8. Balancing Nutrition, Participation, and Cost in the National School Lunch Program. Constance Newman, Katherine Ralston, and Annette Clauson. Amber Waves.

V. Other Issues: Housing, Disability, and Early Childhood Education

Editor s Introduction
1. Are Shelters the Answer to Family Homelessness? Ralph da Costa Nunez and Laura M. Caruso. USA Today.
2. As Program Moves Poor to Suburbs, Tensions Follow. Solomon Moore. The New York Times.
3. Disability Cases Last Longer as Backlog Rises. Erik Eckholm. The New York Times.
4. Embracing the Exiles. The Forward.
5. Starting Right. Joan Lombardi. The American Prospect.
6. For Head Start, a Marathon Run. Linda Jacobson and Daniel Sheehan. Education Week.

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