The Permanent Problem of Relief

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Senate Inquiry on Unemployment and Relif

Hearings begun last month before the special Senate Committee on Unemployment and Relief Problems are to be resumed on February 28. This committee, headed by Senator Byrnes (D., S. C.),1 was appointed in pursuance of a resolution of June 10, 1937, providing in broad terms for an investigation of the problems of unemployment, including technological unemployment, and relief. The Senate inquiry was sponsored by Senators Hatch (D., N. M.) and Murray (D., Mont.). The House failed to act on a joint resolution, likewise ...

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