By David Kelley
The welfare nation rests at the assumption that folks have rights to nutrition, protect, well-being care, retirement source of revenue, and different items supplied by way of the govt.. David Kelley examines the historic origins of that assumption, and the explanation used to aid it this day.
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As is appropriate for that goal, the authors employ all cases across all substantive areas of the law and consider simply the fact of citation. We examine the substantive use of citations within a single issue area because we are interested in the decision to locate doctrine at a particular point in an ideological dimension and how that location may be inferred from the position in the network of citations that an opinion is given. 875 LOCATING SUPREME COURT OPINIONS 2002; Kornhauser 1989; Rehnquist 1986; Shapiro 1972).
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And “ . . variations in popular support for efficient increases in [redistribution] all take place above” the median (2000, 106). The fact that the rich and the poor both shift in a 17 There is certainly increasing evidence that there are inherent inequities in the American democratic system, and we do not dispute these inequities or their importance. We simply believe that ascribing the steady rise in economic inequality to the absence of democratic responsiveness is not supported by the data.
A Life of One's Own: Individual Rights and the Welfare State by David Kelley