|Author||: Jacob S. Hacker|
|Genre||: Business & Economics|
|File Download||: 447|
|Format||: PDF, EPUB, And Audiobooks|
This book examines the political relationship between government social programs, such as Social Security, and private social benefits, such as workplace health insurance. The book's core argument is that the extensive development of private benefits particularly in the health field helps explain why American public social programs are more limited than those abroad, because private benefits have fostered constituencies and institutions just as powerful and entrenched as those created by government programs.
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