US fails to support single mothers

In this article in The Nation, Greg Kaufman draws on a large body of research that shows that single mothers (and their children) living in the United States are far worse off than single mothers in other high-income countries. Income support and other forms of poverty alleviation are particularly weak for working single mothers and for those single mothers who are temporarily unemployed.

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