Год издания: 2006
Количество страниц: 255
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In 1965 President Lyndon Johnson launched the War on Poverty as a centerpiece of the Great Society's effort to eliminate poverty in America. Forty years and many trillions of dollars later, poverty in America has increased despite the efforts of the largest governmental welfare system ever created in human history. In direct challenge to the liberal political thinking that built the welfare state, John Kenneth Blackwell and Jerome R. Corsi have developed a blueprint for a new War on Poverty, utilizing an innovative approach to mobilizing urban capital to strengthen African American families, build wealth through meaningful employment among those now in poverty, and develop America's urban landscape without imposing additional tax burdens on the American people. Rebuilding America directly attacks the problems of African American poverty, arguing that abortion and AIDS threaten to inflect genocide upon black communities unless we find a way to utilize urban capital to end the...