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Appalachia received more per capita Federal funds than the U.S. average, but this was only true for urban areas, where income support and payments for national functions were larger. Appalachia received lower per capita payments than the U.S. average in agriculture and natural resources, and in defense and space programs. It also received less in community resources and human resources—the programs that create jobs and economic growth. Central Appalachia, the most distressed area, received more per capita Federal funds than the entire Appalachian region.

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