The Great Society: Lessons for the Future

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Index
absent fathers, 48, 49, 55, 57, 58
active labor market policies, Swedish, 83, 85, 89
Adams, John, 14
Ad Hoc Committee on Public Welfare, 54
Ad Hoc Committee on the Triple Revolution, 87, 99
Advisory Counsel on Public Welfare, 57
aged patients, 110, 111
Aid to (Families with) Dependent Children ( ADC, AFDC), 48, 49, 50, 51-52, 53, 54, 55, 57, 58-59, 63, 64, 65, 76, 78, 150-51
allocation, competitive, of industry, 16; of economic market, 16
Altmeyer, Arthur, 51
American Hospital Association, 109
American Medical Association (AMA), 108
American Youth Commission, 165
Apter, Prof. David, 201
Area Redevelopment Act of 1961 (ARA), 87, 178
AT & T, 159
Auerbach Corporation, 60
automation in relation unemployment, 87-88
Banfield, Edward C., 80
Banfield thesis of inadequate social improvement, 17
Basic Educational Opportunity Grants, 67, 78
basic objectives in economic policy, defining, 45-46
Bingham, Steve, 196
"Black Capitalism" program, 146; failure of, 161-63
black colleges, 176, 177
black labor force, 147, 148
black political power, 6, 18, 22, 202- 10
blacks, economic condition and discontent of, 6, 11; and educational advances, 151-52, 176; and federal manpower programs, 153; income trends among, 148-49; rise is median income of, 72; welfare and, 78-79
Blue Cross, 110, 111, 115
Borus, Michael E., 155
Brookings Institution, 72, 74
Brotherhood of Sleeping Car porters, 192
building codes, local, 126
Building the American City, 133
Califano, Joe, 19
California Educational Opportunity Program, 177
Chaney, James, 196
child care, 48, 59-61; and the welfare problem, 61-62; standards, 77
Civil Rights Act of 1957, 6, 8; of 1964, 9, 11, 93, 158, 183, 199; 1972 amendments to, 159
civil rights movement, 57, 64, 65, 191-93, 195ff
Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), 165
City University of New York, 177
Cloward, Richard, 64
Coalition for a Democratic Majority (CDM), 204-206
Coleman report, 170-71, 183 college enrollments, increase in, 174, 175
college scholarships, 77, 82
Commentary, 68
Commerce Department, 161
Commission on Higher Education, 174
Committee for National Health Insurance, 122
community action agencies (CAA), 79-80, 94-95, 207-208
"community action" philosophy, 22, 61, 64, 67, 94
community development, see housing and urban renewal
Comprehensive Health Planning (CHP) agencies, 107-108, 115, 116-18
Concentrated Employment Program (CEP), 54
Consumer Price Index, 112
control problems in macroeeonomic policy, 36-37
CORE, 192
Council of Economic Advisers, 87, 88-89
"creaming" better job applicants, 96, 101, 105
"creeping unemployment," 87-88
"crisis ghettoes," 144
criticism of Great Society social programs and policies, 4-5, 30-31, 48, 83, 95

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