The Public Interest

Economic developments in the black community

Andrew F. Brimmer

Winter 1974

ONLY a few of the economic and social programs launched during the 1960’s were focused primarily on blacks. The most visible effort in this category, the “black capitalism” program of the Nixon Administration, came very late in the decade. However, blacks were prominent among the target populations aimed at by many of the New Frontier and Great Society programs.

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