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UNITED STATES- Women s Movement and the Economic

UNITED STATES Women's Movement and the Economic Crisis Renee Blakkan cent over a period of several years. Since the state and local areas are screaming for funds from Washington, Ford is really talking about cutbacks. This means reduced children services (there is now space for only about 1 million children in publicly funded daycare services, when some 6 million children under the age of six have working mothers), welfare benefits, food stamps, medical, nutrition, dental programmes and more.

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