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Services policy is poorly conceived and misfocused, and the considerable propaganda resources of the federal government are being divided between the laudable end of creating better public support for the old and the less laudable end of "fostering contentment" and political pacification among the old. CONCLUSIONS So what does all this mean? It is well within the realm of reason, for example, that the passionate frenzy of the new conservatives could achieve their avowed goals and virtually eliminate all vestiges of the present social policy system for the old in the next 3 - 5 years, perhaps replacing it with increased reliance on family, community, and state systems.