How to Spot a Decent Republican Anti-Poverty Proposal
For the sake of argument, assume the flurry of Republican anti-poverty proposals represent a mix of well-intentioned ideas worthy of attention and cuts to government services wrapped in soothing rhetoric. Here are a few guidelines for telling which is which.
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