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Why were Civil Rights leaders the main supporters of President Johnson's Great Society program?
a. The program was focused on environmental issues
b. The program was focused on economics and race
c. The program was focused on tax rates for the wealthy
d. The program was focused on collective bargaining rights
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One aspect of Johnson's Great Society program was to improve the overall quality of American life. This meant addressing racial inequality as well as halting the decline of the American landscape. The passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was a powerful foreshadowing to Johnson's Great Society's goal of ending racial inequality. Yet, while the legislation prohibited discrimination, the Act still failed to address the black fear of voting, especially in the Deep South.