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The American Dream
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25 years old 70 percent American Dream black Americans black and white black families Black Families1 black house black householder black middle class black parents black population blacks 25 Bureau of Labor Census civil rights movement CM CM Consumer Income Current Population Reports current recession delinquency and foreclosure delinquency rate District of Columbia doubling from 3.1 educational attainment eligibility requirements employment families in 1980 federal government full-time gains High School Graduate home mortgage delinquencies Income and Poverty increased Labor Statistics large numbers last 20 layoffs least middle-income status lost jobs low-income blacks median family income median income middle income Money Income Mortgage Bankers Association mortgage foreclosure NATIONAL URBAN LEAGUE nomic numbers of blacks op.cit percent of white percentage points poor Poverty Status proportion of blacks quarter of 1982 record numbers RIFs Series P-60 sixties social programs Status of Families steady Table U.S. Department unemployment rate white families earned