DÁIL, PhD

A feminist perspective on the 21st century war on poverty presented through the words of women forced to live daily with welfare policies they had no voice in developing.


"a thoroughly researched and well-balanced look at the largely ignored, downtrodden women of America."

- Jim Barnes, Executive Director, Independent Publishers Association


"Reading this book changed my fundamental perceptions and perspectives on the poor, especially poor women."

- Harriet Brown, Judge, Council for Wisconsin Writers 2012 nonfiction book award reviewer and Assistant Professor of Magazine Journalism at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications

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