The Great Society Did Succeed
SARA. LEVITAN and Robert Taggart report on their extensive reevaluation of the Johnson administration's Great Society programs. Their conclusion is that Great Society programs did not fail-as has been widely charged in recent years-but that despite some deficiencies, the programs led to substantial improvements in the living conditions of the poor, the sick, the elderly, and the members of minority groups.
How the Welfare System Promotes Economic Security, Sar A. Levitan
The Lingering Crisis of Youth Unemployment, Arvil V. Adams and Garth L. Mangum Reviewed by Robert Taggart
Politics and the Professors: The Great Society in Perspective, Henry J. Aaron Reviewed by Robert Taggart
The Economics of Collective Action, John R. Commons Reviewed by Sar A. Levitanmore by this author
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