President Lyndon B. Johnson launched the "Great Society" domestic programs in 1964. The two main goals were to eliminate poverty and racial inequality with the aide of legislation such as the Civil Rights Bill and the Civil Rights Act. The American Enterprise Institute explores the history and outcome of Johnson's dreams.
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