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Philadelphia’s 200-year-old disability records show welfare reform movement’s early shift toward rationing care and punishing poor people

By Nicole Lee Schroeder, Postdoctoral Fellow, Kean University
Amid rising unemployment, inflation and poverty in the 1830s, Philadelphia taxpayers believed welfare scammers were bleeding coffers dry. Poor lists from 1829 show they were wrong.The Conversation

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