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Review Essay: A Liberal “Welfare Conservative” Boldly Explains Why Nineteenth-Century Popes Are Relevant to Twenty-First-Century Welfare Reform

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At a time when some public policy entrepreneurs consider “no labels” to be the most sophisticated and admirable of labels, it is refreshing to see a writer who is willing to accept a label in the ideological bridge-building genre—I am sure Lew Daly would accept that description of this useful new book God’s Economy: Faith-Based Initiatives and the Caring State. Lew Daly is, he says, a “welfare conservative.”

David M. Wagner, "Review Essay: A Liberal 'Welfare Conservative' Boldly Explains Why Nineteenth-Century Popes Are Relevant to Twenty-First-Century Welfare Reform," Journal of Markets & Morality 14, no. 1 (Spring 2011): 103-111


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