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Veterans' Benefits: A Guide to State Programs

by Raymond E. Armstrong

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0313319057, Hardcover)

Each of the 50 states offers benefit programs to its veteran residents, but many veterans and their families are not aware of the various options. Despite the wide variation in the benefits programs from one state to another, veterans can generally find programs that specifically address their needs in their resident state. This guidebook is the only easy-to-use reference to provide veterans, their families, and those interested in veterans' issues with a simple guide to the various programs available through the 50 states and the District of Columbia. In addition to entries on each of the states, the book concludes with an appendix giving a brief synopsis of federal benefit programs.

To be honest, this book is extremely overpriced, and the information in it is very dated. The publisher, Greenwood Press, was bought out in 2008 by ABC-CLIO, which makes ebook and Kindle versions available. The ebook and Kindle are also overpriced. And to be even more honest, the latest, most current state and federal information is all accessible for free through the VA website. However, if you decide you want this book to use as a handy starting point or historical reference. I recommend you buy the ebook or Kindle version.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 10 Mar 2014 02:28:16 -0400)

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