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Mead - Chapter 13

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Buy and Download Description During President Lyndon B. Johnson's promotion of his "Great Society," he succeeded in focusing the attention of the American nation on meeting a host of pressing human needs, including those related to the aging of the national population. This selection is a testimony that Mead gave in early March, 1968, before a special U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Aging.1 It gives us a glimpse into the genuine esteem in which she was held by the participating senators.
Mead's testimony is comprehensive and richly rooted in her anthropological experience and knowledge. It is also fully consistent with the general spirit of the Great Society program. She urges various changes in existing laws or government programs, so that elderly Americans could continue to live satisfying and socially useful lives until the end of their days. During President Lyndon B. Johnson's promotion of his "Great Society," he succeeded in focusing the attention of the American nation on meeting a host of pressing human needs, including those related to the aging of the national population. This s
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