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Washington is ignoring the most potent weapon in the War on Poverty

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Fiftieth anniversaries are typically joyful occasions that prompt deep reflection. The "War on Poverty" reached that milestone this week and it definitely inspired a great deal of national reflection. But absent from that reflection was discussion of the crucial role of the family in preventing and remedying poverty. Considering the firmly established facts on this score, talking about poverty...

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