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Study: Blame the depth of the recession for the growth in welfare

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A jump in welfare, a massive increase in food stamps and young adults moving back in with their parents en masse — that is the popular perception of what has happened in the five years since the financial crisis hit. It's not totally wrong. But according to a new study, the dramatic expansion in social insurance spending since the start of recession isn't out of line with what's happened in...

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