2 edition of impact of federal government expenditures on internal migration in the United States, 1950-1970 found in the catalog.
impact of federal government expenditures on internal migration in the United States, 1950-1970
Sharon J. Rogers
Written in English
|Statement||by Sharon J. Rogers.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 148 l. :|
|Number of Pages||148|
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For clarity's sake we first define a few terms that will be used in this volume. Immigration and emigration generally refer to movements of people into and out of the United States. Foreign-born persons who enter the United States for residence are immigrants; 1 residents of the United States, whether native- or foreign-born, who leave the country to settle elsewhere are emigrants.
President Kennedy's assassination in spurred Congress to enact much of his legislative agenda. His successor, Lyndon Johnson (), sought to build a "Great Society" by spreading benefits of America's thriving economy to more citizens.
Federal spending increased dramatically, as the government launched such new programs as Medicare (health care for Author: Mike Moffatt. STATES AND SOCIAL POLICIES INDUSTRIALISM AND SOCIAL POLICY Not long ago the view predominated impact of federal government expenditures on internal migration in the United States comparative social scientists that "economic growth is the ultimate cause of welfare state development" (Wilen-skyechoing Wilensky & Lebeaux ).
All nations were. For the United States of America, was a time of high economic growth and general was also a time of confrontation as the capitalist United States and its allies politically opposed the Soviet Union and other communist countries; the Cold War had begun.
African Americans united and organized, and a triumph of the Civil Rights Movement ended Jim Crow. The conclusion that the United States was on a collision course with a debt problem is sup - ported by a simple analysis of government revenues and expenditures as a percent of GDP.2 Figure 3 presents government spending and revenue as a File Size: 1MB.
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Migration figures also provide a comparison of statewide migration estimates in Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi with estimates for counties that actually used. Federal datasets are subject to the U.S.
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In$tn was spent on healthcare in the United States, and these costs are projected to grow at an annual rate of %t over the next decade. Security and the federal government’s major health care programs.4 Bynet outlays for those components of mandatory spending will total $ trillion, CBO projects, and will account for more than half of all federal spending, growing from percent of GDP in to percent in (see Figure 3 on page 12).
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The Espionage and Sedition acts were enforced by the United States government, and they put people who spoke out against the US war policy at risk of being imprisoned. The government felt as if those who endangered the country with words or actions that may limit their impact on the war should not be tolerated, and many citizens took this as a.
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PIP A general review of studies on internal migration within the United States since is presented. The author first describes the changes that. The indices of urban poverty are related to such factors as internal migration, the productive structure of the city, and the functional position of the city in the urban system.
Finally, the fourth section brings together the principal conclusions of the study with emphasis on its implications for anti-poverty by: 5. What happens to the population, the economy, the environment, the community, and societal relations.
How does the government frame work respond, the family structure adapt, the economy expand, and life styles change under the impact of new forces which hold a prom ise of much benefit and a risk of adverse consequences.
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