Full Opportunity Act, Hearings Before the Special Subcommittee on Evaluation and Planning of Social Programs...91-1 and 2, on S. 5, July 7, 8, 10, 18; Dec. 18, 1969; and March 13, 1970
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Pagina 14 - Congress hereby declares that it is the CONTINUING policy AND responsibility of the Federal Government TO USE ALL PRACTICABLE MEANS consistent with its needs and obligations and other essential considerations of national policy WITH THE ASSISTANCE AND COOPERATION OF industry, agriculture, labor, and State and local governments, TO COORDINATE AND UTILIZE ALL ITS PLANS, FUNCTIONS, AND RESOURCES FOR THE PURPOSE...
Pagina 362 - This book is one of a series prepared in connection with the Survey of the Behavioral and Social Sciences conducted between 1967 and 1969 under the auspices of the Committee on Science and Public Policy of the National Academy of Sciences and the Problems and Policy Committee of the Social Science Research Council.
Pagina 13 - President studies relating to such conditions and trends ; 3. to review and appraise the various programs and activities of the Federal Government in the light of the policy set forth in title I...
Pagina 19 - ... the staffs of the Bureau of the Budget, the Council of Economic Advisers, and the White House.
Pagina 274 - Secretary to establish within his office the resources to develop the necessary social statistics and indicators to supplement those prepared by the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Council of Economic Advisers. With these yardsticks, we can better measure the distance we have come and plan for the way ahead.
Pagina 289 - State and local governments and the private sector, to promote and encourage such conditions as will give every American the opportunity to live in decency and dignity, and to provide a clear and precise picture of whether such conditions are promoted and encouraged in such areas as health, education, and training, rehabilitation, housing, vocational opportunities, the arts and humanities, and special assistance for the mentally ill and retarded, the deprived, the...
Pagina 12 - ... (3) a review of the economic program of the Federal Government and a review of economic conditions affecting employment in the United States or any considerable portion thereof during the preceding year and of their effect upon employment, production, and purchasing power...
Pagina 355 - It consists of a deep dissatisfaction with political research and teaching, especially of the kind that is striving to convert the study of politics into a more rigorously scientific discipline modelled on the methodology of the natural sciences.
Pagina 167 - We are pleased to have you here this morning, and we look forward to your testimony.
Pagina 204 - When in man's long history other great civilizations fell, it was less often from external assault than from internal decay. Our own civilization has shown a remarkable capacity for responding to crises and for emerging to higher pinnacles of power and achievement. But our most serious challenges to date have been external — the kind this strong and resourceful country could unite against. While serious external dangers remain, the graver threats today are internal: haphazard urbanization, racial...