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Annotated Bibliography
Keisha Head
Instructor: RUTH CAMERON

Annotated Bibliography

JOHN WISELY. (2010). Gannett News Service, _Retrieved October 6, 2010, from ProQuest Newsstand. (Document ID: 2148948531).

This is a good article written by, John Wisely, a reporter for the Detroit Free Press. In this article the writer points out various ways some recipients of public assistance abuse the system by spending taxpayer’s money frivolously. The article sheds light on new laws that government officials are putting in place to stop unmerited spending. Congressional Documents and Publications, (2010) _Retrieved October 6, 2010, from Research Library. (Document ID: 2143534651)

This article provides information on where and how funds received through public assistance are spent. The author gives examples on how the system is abused and gives new solutions on improving our welfare system. This source is credible because it comes from a trusted site. MIKE KASZUBA. (2009). Star Tribune. _ Retrieved October 6, 2010, from Business Dateline. (Document ID: 1658297391) MIKE KASZUBA, a journalist for Star Tribune, wrote an article that gives a wealth of information concerning the measures that the government is taking to crackdown on welfare fraud. It provides statistics and facts that will support my argument. This article supports my thesis and provides ground evidence that supports my overall argument. The Star Tribune is the largest newspaper in the U.S. state of Minnesota and is published seven days each week. It is a reliable source because the articles are approved by various experts. Shelley Stark and Jodie Levin-Epstein (1999, February). Excluded Children: Family Cap in a New Era. Retrieved October 6, 2010, from This book gives accurate information to apprise policymakers and the public of what is now known about the efficacy and impact of the family...
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