Waiting for the State of the Union Address?
The New York Times on January 6th:
In his State of the Union address on Jan. 8, 1964, President Lyndon B. Johnson introduced his “war on poverty,” when the national poverty rate was 19 percent. His project created Medicare, Medicaid, a permanent food stamp program, Head Start, Volunteers in Service to America and the Job Corps.
Fifty years later, much has changed, but much remains the same — the national poverty rate still hovers around 15 percent. Does America need another war on poverty?« Bill De Blasio sworn in as New York City Mayor Do Grammar schools encourage social mobility? BBC News »
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