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Great Society

The Great Society was a war on poverty led by Lyndon B Johnson. It involved many public programs to better society and help bring the American population out of poverty.
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There are no known successes of the Great Society. Consider the signature "accomplishments" of LBJ's Great Society:Hugely expanded welfare programsMedicaidMedicareFood stamps Critics at the time pointed out that these massive entitlement programs, though popular, would expand and become...
The great society lead to greater protection for consumers through  the passage of the national traffic and motor vehicle safety act.
The establishment of Medicare   The Higher Education Act   The War on Poverty
One of the major accomplishments of the Great Society was passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. The Act put the power of the federal government behind the rights of blacks and other minorities to vote. The creation of the Office of Economic Opportunity funded a Jobs Corps that retrained...
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the philosphy was to eliminate poverty and eradicate racial injustice through education, medical care, and making better urban life
1. W.I.C. - Helps poor mothers of babies.2. Food Stamps - Discounts to help purchase essential needs.3. Red Cross - Helps with tragedies, and injuries.
It provided federal scholarships to assist students with tuition.
President Lyndon B. Johnson.
President Lyndon B. Johnson's "Great Society," an agenda to combat  poverty, strengthen civil rights and public education, renew urban  communities, and protect the environment, was criticized by some  for increasing government size.
  the four major failures of the great society are   -republican comeback.   -trouble on all fronts.   -black unrest.   -student unrest.
The Great Society eliminated the troubles of the  poor. The Wilderness Protection Act saved 9.1 million acres of  forestland from industrial development. The Elementary and  Secondary education act provided funding for public schools. The  Voting Rights Act banned literacy tests and other...
Lyndon Baines Johnson, 36th President of the US.
Lyndon Johnson was the President who started the Great Society progams.
Lyndon B Johnson.
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The Great Society of President Lyndon B. Johnson was launched in  1964. This set of programs was intended to eliminate poverty and  racial injustice.
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The Great Society led to dramatic improvements in health and welfare for the elderly and poor.
They wanted to help America's new industries compete with foreign industries.
to end poverty and racial injustice in america (NOVANET)
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  Poverty:   The Great Society was a war on poverty and was led by Lyndon B Johnson. There were several things involved in the Great Society :   * Higher Education Act which allowed more students to attend college from things such as Pell Grants and loans, etc.  * It also included the...
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The Great Society was a project of his, which created Medicare, Medicaid, and for the first time made it possible for people who weren't elderly or disabled to make their entire living, income, housing, healthcare, the whole works, without having to work, all for free from the federal government.
This was called the New Federalism. Nixon had ideas for getting rid  of these programs and sending the country into a different  direction.
the infant mortality rate declined
the goal of the great society is for helping poor people and stop poverty.
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Lyndon Johnson's Great Society programs included Medicare, and were more about taking care of individual citizens than about balancing the budget and returning power to the states.
Funding was needed for the Vietnam war
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It was a body of legislation which included laws that upheld civil rights, public broadcasting, Medicare, Medicaid, environmental protection, aid to education, and his "War on Poverty."
It was a remarkable outpouring of important legislation, but its achievements were far short of what it had promised.
The Great Society Was The Domestic program Of Lyndon B. Johnson
1964- TAX REDUCTION ACT cut corporate and individual taxes to stimulate growth 1964- ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY ACT created job corps, VISTA, project head start, and other programs to fight "war on poverty" 1965- MEDICAL CARE ACT established medicare and medicaid programs 1965- APPALACHIAN REGIONAL...
to end povery and racial injustic in america
  "An end to poverty and racial injustice".
Recalling the violence and turmoil that plagued the nation in 1968, the journalist and historian Garry Wills wrote, "There was a sense everywhere . . . that things were giving way. That [people] had not only lost control of [their] history, but might never regain it." From the book
Lyndon Johnson used the term to describe his social initiatives.
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The main goals in the Great Society were putting an end to both poverty, and racial injustice.
The goal was to abolish poverty and establish racial equality. The  attempt to abolish poverty did not work because it could not end  the underlying reasons for poverty. It is almost impossible to  change people's work attitudes or life styles. There were a lot of  expensive programs but much of...
President Johnson cut back on Great Society Programs to help pay fro the war - GradPoint/NovaNet
Cut poverty,improve health and education,and to gurantee equal rights
To improve health and education
The Great Society was a set of social reforms initiated primarily by President Lyndon Johnson aimed at the elimination of poverty and racial injustice and thus the creation of a Great Society.
Major goals of President Johnson's Great Society were to help end poverty and to end discrimination in voter registration.  
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The war diverted Johnson and the people away from his "great society"; he wanted to be remembered for "his" great society, not the war. Johnson hated the Vietnam War so much that he refused to run for president in 1968.
President Lyndon B. Johnson created domestic programs that were referred to as the Great Society. The programs were designed to eliminate poverty and racial injustice.
As Medicare & medicaid has goal of affordable care for elders and for those who are permanently disable it facilitate such people with reasonable health care, hence it fits in with great society goals of providing affordable health care system.
One can find information about the Great Society in a book or at a website about American History. The Great Society refers to a amalgamation of programs put in place by President Lyndon B. Johnson in the 1960's. Johnson's primary intentions in implementing Great Society reforms were to help solve...
Poorest Areas Civil Society Program was created in 2001.
The Great Depression in the United States began on October 29, 1929  and the Great Society programs started in response to the Great  Depression programs.
To help end Americas poverty and racial discrimination
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The Great Society was President Lyndon Johnson's effort to cure  social ills, such as racism and poverty, via government programs.  Although success was moderate, it needs to be understood that  following Johnson's departure, three Republican presidents, Nixon,  Ford and Reagan, effectively...
The Great Society was a set of domestic programs in the UnitedStates launched by Democratic President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1964-65. The main goal was the elimination of poverty and racial injustice.
LBJ started it, but decided that the Vietnam War was taking the  resources needed to make it work. However it continued for a while  under Nixon until it was eventually stripped of all funding and  terminated.
eliminate poverty and racial injustices