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Jeff Jacoby

Welfare reform success

By Jeff Jacoby
September 13, 2006

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LILLIE HARDEN was a 32-year-old mother of three from Little Rock, Ark., when Bill Clinton met her at a panel on reforming welfare in 1986. Harden had collected welfare for two years before finding work and had come to speak about her experience. Clinton asked her what was best about being off welfare. Her reply: ``When my boy goes to ... (Full article: 772 words)

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