Saturday, November 5, 2011

Welfare in the United States of America

The welfare system in the United States is designed to help families and individuals who are in need of financial assistance. The public welfare in the United States is formed to save money instead of people and to provide better living for all the people, but it transpires doing neither of them. There are two main reasons for it: First, it neglects a large number of people who are in need and if they are provided with some support will be much more productive and autonomous. Second, people who are included in the welfare programs, but they are provided with minimum assistance to live an honorable life will remain dependent on the welfare, with a lot of restrictions, undermining their self-worth and dignity.

Many socialist leaders in South America, and other places who despise the United States and all its wealth claim that capitalism is corrupt worse than any other form of government. They say that crony capitalism divides the rich and poor, and is unfair to the common man. There are more than one hundred and twenty welfare programs in the federal government of the United States. There always have been controversies over it and the main question has been on its existence, whether it should be or not. Welfare system should protect citizens of societies against anguish and agony effects of poverty. Since it does not end the dependency of people on governments; many believe it cannot create a society free from unemployment. Read more.....

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