The Public Interest

Toward a post-industrial social policy

Daniel P. Moynihan

Summer 1989

A QUARTER of a century has elapsed since I sat alongside Sargent Shriver in the hearing room of the House Committee on Education and Labor as he presented the opening testimony on what was to become the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964, which launched the War on Poverty.

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