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The Economics of Poverty and Discrimination. Bradley R. This text is designed for courses in poverty, discrimination, urban problems, and welfare offered by departments of economics, sociology, urban studies, education, and social work. The book features: the latest poverty profiles, including special Census Bureau tabulations undertaken specifically for the Schiller text; up-to-date discussions of major policy initiatives, including welfare reforms, child support, healthcare, and job training; a detailed discussion of the new welfare TANF system and an assessment of its impact on welfare caseloads and poverty; an assessment of the affirmative action reversals in California, Texas and elsewhere; illustrations and assessments of the interplay between business cycles, poverty, and discrimination; and an expanded discussion of the minimum wage. Dimensions of WeilBeing. Bureau U. Congress U.