How has the republican party responded to the continuation of the great society promgans into the 1990s and 2000s
attempting to cut medicare and medicaid spending
resting efforts to privatize the social security system
proposing tax increases to pay for entitlement programs
pushing to increase spending on social welfare programs
The correct answer is A) attempting to cut Medicare and Medicaid spending.
The Republican party responded to the continuation of the Great Society programs into the 1990s and 2000s by attempting to cut Medicare and Medicaid spending.
The Great Society was the name of the series of programs established by Democrat President Lyndon B. Jhonson during 1964 and 1965 to eliminate poverty and racial problems.
Medicare is a government policy to help elders in America. It is designed to help citizens age 65 or older that cannot cover the expenses of medical treatments. It also helps the family of these seniors. In the case of Medicaid, this government program assists the poor households to cover medical expenses like hospitalizations, medical consultations, and treatments.
The Republican party responded to the continuation of these social programs, attempting to cut the spending of both. Republicans don't like the idea of government investing too much money in supporting social programs.
To put in simple terms, this question is asking what -2x+-12x is. To solve this you must add -2 and -12. So... -2+-12=-14. Then add the one "x" at the end.
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