The Welfare Queen - In the 1970s, Ronald Reagan villainized a Chicago woman for bilking the government. Her other sins—including possible kidnappings and murders—were far worse.

The Welfare Queen - In the 1970s, Ronald Reagan villainized a Chicago woman for bilking the government. Her other sins—including possible kidnappings and murders—were far worse.

This chart blows up the myth of the welfare queen:  Annual spending per person for families with vs. without public assistance | The Atlantic

This chart blows up the myth of the welfare queen: Annual spending per person for families with vs. without public assistance | The Atlantic

The Welfare Queen - was Actually a Caucasian sociopathic con artist! In the 1970s, Ronald Reagan villainized a Chicago woman for bilking the government. Her other sins—including possible kidnappings and murders—were far worse.

The Welfare Queen - was Actually a Caucasian sociopathic con artist! In the 1970s, Ronald Reagan villainized a Chicago woman for bilking the government. Her other sins—including possible kidnappings and murders—were far worse.

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Ronald Reagan’s “welfare queen” myth: How the Gipper kickstarted the war on the working poor

Ronald Reagan’s “welfare queen” myth: How the Gipper kickstarted the war on the working poor

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