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Confronting the Cuts: A Sourcebook for Women in Ontario
Ricciutelli, Luciana, June Larkin & Elmear O'Neill (Eds)
Inanna Publications / Softcover / 1997-01-01 / 0968129013
Women's Issues / Toronto Authors
price: $13.95 (may be subject to change)
211 pages
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Confronting the Cuts: A Sourcebook for Women in Ontario examines the impacts of the 1990s’ dramatic spending cuts on women and their families across the province, as well as explores some of the ways women and women’s organizations have responded to the challenges presented by the economic climate of Mike Harris’s Ontario and its toll on lives of women and children in particular. For anyone seeking to understand current social policy reform and its impact on the lives of people everywhere, this book is a crucial sourcebook of policy critique, strategies, and personal narratives.

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