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Question 1

By 1967, the reaction against the War on Poverty resulted in:
◦ Expand protection to nontraditional families such as those affected by divorce.
◦ Continued support for mother's being at home to raise children.
◦ Greater efforts to protect the poor.
◦ Efforts to control the expansion of AFDC.

Question 2

What group became a large and critical voting bloc in northern urban areas?
◦ African Americans
◦ Women
◦ Immigrants
◦ Hispanics


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