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The law of the poor

The law of the poor

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Edition Details

  • Creators or Attribution (Responsibility): Berkeley. University of California, Jacobus TenBroek
  • Language: English
  • Jurisdiction(s): California
  • Publication Information: San Francisco : Chandler Pub. Co., [1966]
  • Publication Type (Medium): Conference papers and proceedings, Congresses
  • Material: Conference publication
  • Type: Book
  • Other titles: California law review.
  • Series title: Chandler publications in political science.
  • Permalink: http://books.lawi.us/the-law-of-the-poor/ (Stable identifier)

Additional Format

Online version: Conference on the Law of the Poor (1966: University of California). Law of the poor. San Francisco: Chandler Pub. Co., [1966] (OCoLC)609952478

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XIV, 690 pages ; 24 cm.

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  • Publisher: Chandler Pub. Co.
  • Responsable Person: edited by Jacobus tenBroek and the editors of California law review.
  • Publication Date: 1966
  • Country/State: California
  • Number of Editions: 4 editions
  • First edition Date: 1966
  • Last edition Date: 1966
  • General Notes: “First printed and published in California law review 54, May 1966.”
    Sponsored by the Center for the Study of Law and Society of the University of California.
  • Languages: English
  • Library of Congress Code: KF3720
  • Dewey Code: 340
  • OCLC: 423354

Main Contents

Preface / Jacoubus Tenbroek
Introduction / MICHAEL E. TIGAR
1. The American Welfare System / J? M. WEDEMEYER AND PERCY MOORE
2. The Children of Leviathan: Psychoanalytic Speculations Concerning Welfare and Punitive Sanctions / BERNARD L. DIAMOND
3. Welfare from Below: Recipients' Views of the Public Welfare System / scoTT BRIAR
4. Race, Poverty, and the Law / LOREN MILLER
5. Privacy, Poverty, and the Constitution / ALBERT M. BENDICH
6. Unconstitutional Conditions: Welfare Benefits with Strings Attached / ROBERT M. o'NEIL
7. Controlling Official Behavior in Welfare Administration / JOEL F. HANDLER
8. Vagrancy Concepts in Welfare LaW/MARGARET K. ROSENHEIM.
9. The Constitutionality of Residence Tests for General and Categorical Assistance Programs / BERNARD EVANS HARVITH
10. Public Housing and the Poor: An Overview / LAWRENCE M. FRIEDMAN
11. Protecting the Interests of the Indigent Tenant: Two Approaches / CARL SCHIER
12. Juvenile Courts, Family Courts, and the Poor Man / MONRAD G. PAULSEN
13. Poverty and the Law of Child Custody / HERMA HILL KAY AND IRVING PHILIPS
14. Guardianship or “Permanent Placement of Children” / HASSELTINE B. TAYLOR
15. Family Law and Welfare Policies: The Case for “Dual Systems” / THOMAS P. LEWIS AND ROBERT J. LEVY
16. Dual Systems of Family Law: A Comment / WALTER O. WEYRAUCH
17. Reimbursement of Counsel Fees and the Great Society / ALBERT A. EHRENZWEIG
18. The German System of Legal Aid: An Alternative Approach / PHILIP A. STOHR
19. The Disabled and the Law of Welfare / Jacobus Tenbroek AND FLOYD W. MATSON
20. The Right to Live in the World: The Disabled in the Law of Torts / JACOBUS TENBROEK
21. Mental Health Services for the Poor / HENRY WEIHOFEN
22. Marriage and Legitimacy in Mexican Culture: Mexico and California / WOODROW BORAH AND SHERBURNE F. COOK
23. The Urban Law Program of the University of Detroit School of Law / NORMAN L. MILLER AND JAMES C. DAGGITT.

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