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All of this milestone legislation was passed as part of A) The Eisenhower Doctrine B) John F. Kennedy's "New Frontier" C) Richard Nixon's "Silent Majority" D) Lyndon B. Johnson's "Great Society"


Which program of social reforms did Lyndon B. Johnson initiate during his first year in office? D) The Great Society. Explanation: Lyndon B. Johnson's "Great Society" was a program of social reforms that aimed to end poverty and racial injustice. The President sought to transform the country through a series of important reforms, including the passage of the Civil Rights Act and a $10 billion reduction in taxes in 1964. This led to an increase in investment capital and personal consumption, which resulted in economic growth and a narrowed budget deficit.