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Black feminists have long described how the racist roots of American history gave birth to these stereotypes of Black mothers, and how politicians like President Ronald Reagan used racist tropes to cut funding to social welfare programs.
This co-dependency means that the evolution of banking regulation is shaped by bargaining between bankers and politicians, not all of which aims to maximise social welfare.
Think of the tax bill, which directs money away from social welfare and toward corporations (and their billionaire owners).
The pair, both 45, say a lot of what makes Norway great comes from a socialist system that includes universal health care and prioritizes social welfare and the common good.
That plan includes accessible and safe transportation options as well as proper social welfare programs and health care services.
Or any other broader measure of social welfare, for that matter.
Balaguer’s political legacy includes a dedication to huge public works projects, often at the expense of social welfare programs.
Moving 70 million people out of poverty will require a complete overhaul of its entire social welfare system as well as trillions in new debt.
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