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Can We Learn from Experience? The Case of SSI

Beryl A. Radin
Policy Analysis
Vol. 2, No. 4 (Fall 1976), pp. 615-621
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/42783180
Page Count: 7
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Can We Learn from Experience? The Case of SSI
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Abstract

In January 1974 the Social Security Administration began administering SSI, the new federal welfare program for the aged, blind, and disabled. This article focuses on the implementation problems encountered in that program and on the lessons SSI provides for future schemes of welfare reform. The author suggests that the administrative difficulties connected with such a program must be ameliorated before new action is taken.

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