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Each chapter includes a breakdown by historical period, as well as references categorized by "Racial/Ethnic;" "Gender-Specific;" and "Class." Instead, he sought to increase self-sufficiency, enabling recipients to lift themselves up beyond the need for public assistance. “[M]aking taxpayers out of taxeaters” was Johnson’s stated mission; “[w]e want to offer the forgotten fifth of our people opportunity and not doles,” he declared. We have three overarching strategies for reducing long-term welfare dependence: we will improve the model of service delivery.

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