Ten years ago, President Clinton signed the landmark welfare reform law. In his words, it would make welfare "a second chance, not a way of life." Critics charged it would make life even harder for the poor. Guests examine a decade of welfare reform and changing attitudes about public assistance.
Katherine Boo, staff writer at The New Yorker
Ron Haskins, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution
Mark Greenberg, director for the Task Force on Poverty at the Center for American Progress
Wade Horn, assistant secretary for children and families in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services