March 1971
Congressional Digest;Mar1971, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p76
Reports on the approval of the Employment and Manpower Act during the 91st Congress in the U.S. Reorganization of the manpower programs; Federal subsidization of public service employment for the jobless; Promotion of employment opportunities.


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