Federal Use of the Unemployed

April 1915
New Republic;4/10/15, Vol. 2 Issue 23, p250
Focuses on the unemployment crisis in the U.S. Government's unawareness of the consequences of the problem; Planned federal use of the unemployed; Importance of the labor force as an economic asset; Availability of work in the U.S. to keep every able-bodied men fully occupied; Adequacy of necessities of life to supply to pay every worker full wages.


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