The Council of Economic Advisers released a new report, Expanding Work Requirements in Non-Cash Welfare Programs, July 2018, that has some surprising parts (a claim–from this White House!–that the War on Poverty was successful and the idea that there are not that many poor people in the United States). The Washington Post overview of the report is here. The New York Times’ news coverage is here. And Paul Krugman’s response op-ed is here.
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