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I. Civil Rights
A. Some people, mostly blacks, did not get equal rights.
B. Nixon believed fundamentaly in responsible civil rights policy on the part of the federal government.
II. Health Care Issues
A. People believed in having health care for everyone, and being taken care of from the
B. Nixon believed that there should be health care for everyone, employer mandates,
pharmancy care, and preventive care.
III. Law Enforcement
A. Crime increased and drud use began to bloom.
B. Nixon believed that the judiciary had moved too far to the left.
IV. Nutrition and Human Needs
A. Nutrition and Health programs were needed to teach people about thier human needs.
B. Nixon believed in being concerned with people\'s health and thinks that programs like
Meals on Wheels are good for teaching people about nutrition and food.
A. More and more people began to lose thier homes, causing poverty to rise up.
B. Nixon believed that the only way to end the war on poverty is for the goverment to provide
welfare for everyone, which would mean raising taxes, which means more poverty. He says there is always going to be poverty.
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Richard Nixon, 88th United States Congress, Poverty in the United States, Nixon, War on Poverty
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