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United Way, as it has throughout its history, continues to change in an effort to address emerging issues.60 The diversity in the agencies affiliated with the United Way of Massachusetts Bay indicates an effort by some local United Way organizations, at least, to be more inclusive in their funding. If case­loads fell, however, state governments had to receive their fixed amounts of federal funding and could use the surplus for other state projects.

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