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  1. Introduction
  2. Americans
  3. Federalism
  4. Social welfare policy
  5. Analysis
  6. Conclusion

Americans face multiple issues daily. Several of the issues identified involve the government. Sapphire published a novel that illustrated the various issues regarding the government. The novel, Push, does this by telling the story of a 16 year old that faces multiple obstacles. Federalism, Bureaucracy, and Social Welfare Policy are revealed through the novel, Push, while simultaneously providing numerous reactions by the audience.

Push generates several reactions. The first reaction is shock. The age of the narrator contributes to the astonishment of the book. Push is narrated by 16 year old Precious Jones. The girl is obese and illiterate. The environment Precious lives in is astounding. She is raped by her father and abused by her mom. The fact that she is pregnant with her father's child contributes to the jaw-dropping effect of the book. The language used by the narrator is the final contributing factor to the shock the book generates.

[...] Push generates several reactions. The first reaction is shock. The age of the narrator contributes to the astonishment of the book. Push is narrated by 16 year old Precious Jones. The girl is obese and illiterate. The environment Precious lives in is astounding. She is raped by her father and abused by her mom. The fact that she is pregnant with her father's child contributes to the jaw-dropping effect of the book. The language used by the narrator is the final contributing factor to the shock the book generates. [...]


[...] Federalism, bureaucracy, and social welfare are defined in order to provide a complete identification of the issues Push reveals. Multiple bureaucracies promoted Precious' failure throughout the novel. Her family's interaction with the government reveals multiple issues regarding federalism and social welfare policy. Further research may reveal more relations between the novel and the terms mentioned. Works Cited Blau, Peter M. "Bureaucracy in modern society." (1956). Elazar, Daniel Judah. American federalism: A view from the states. New York: Crowell Jansson, Bruce S., and Fifth Edition Brooks-Cole. "Social welfare policy." Belmont, CA (1990). Sapphire. Push: A novel. Vintage, 1996. [...]

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