Sports and Safety Management

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In 1992, Bill Clinton was elected president promising to "end welfare as we know it," and in 1994 a Republican Congress was elected that was determined to change the existing system. Welfare: A state of faring or doing well Positive: Enjoyment of health, prosperity etc. The making of parenthood into a science is to a large extent due to the intervention of the welfare state. Regional Capacity Analysis Program (ReCAP): Program at Iowa State University, which "collects, analyzes, interprets, and disseminates information on social, economic, and demographic trends," is a well-organized site containing county-level data for states in the Midwestern region; information is most complete for Iowa but a selection of Census information for other Midwestern states, such as Illinois, is also easily accessible through this site.

Pages: 336

Publisher: Routledge (February 17, 2010)

ISBN: B007ZZ2BTG

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