24 Geo. J. on Poverty L. & Pol'y [i] (2016-2017)

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The nation's premier journal of poverty and social reform discourse


               Georgetown




             Journal on


               Poverty



               Law & Policy


                     Articles
Rethinking Rodriguez After Citizens United: The Poor as a Suspect
             Class in High-Poverty Schools
                  Maurice R. Dyson
No Home for Justice: How Eviction Perpetuates Health Inequity
        Among Low-Income and Minority Tenants
                   Allyson E. Gold

                      Notes
   The General Welfare: Congress's Original Power to Fight
   Economic Inequality Under the Taxing and Spending Clause
                   John Davisson
The Impact of the Every Student Succeeds Act on Rural Schools
                   Deena Dulgerian
From Paper to Electronic: Food Stamps, Social Security, and the
      Changing Functionality of Government Benefits
                    Sarah Carrier


VOLUME   XXIV


FALL 2016


NUMBER   I

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