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In the United States, the federal government pays for a considerably larger share of social welfare spending (that is, spending on social insurance programs to help low income, disabled, or elderly people) than it does for K–12 education spending. Similarly, state and local governments provide a larger share of education spending and smaller share of welfare spending. Is this a coincidence, or can you think of a reason for why this might be so?


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