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January 9, 2014 12:00 AM

Christopher Flavelle: U.S. getting poor return on anti-poverty programs

Conservatives say that 50 years after President Johnson declared war on poverty, the lesson is that more government spending, at least the way anti-poverty programs are set up today, isn’t the best way to solve the problem. The data suggest they have a point.

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