Bootstrap Theory

Bootstrap theory refers to social practices and laws dedicated to helping people help themselves; these practices range from the Puerto Rican industrialization project titled “Operation Bootstrap” in the mid-20th century to U.S. ideology and social policy in the post-welfare reform ...

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