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B.1. and 2. of this Policy, and reports will be prepared in accordance with IV. There was a reduction in the number of people receiving old age grants from 96% in 1960, to 67% in 1990, despite the greatly improved coverage of recipients of State old age grants during that time. Among families with children, one major driver of this dependence is the collapse of marriage. Yet, there is an absence of empirical evidence that casework services make a significant difference (Ezell & McNeese, 1985; Segal, 1972).

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Publisher: Palgrave Pivot; 1st ed. 2015 edition (September 4, 2015)

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