February 1953
New Republic;2/2/53, Vol. 128 Issue 5, p5
Focuses on the Fair Deal, which was added to social legacy in only one major measure--the U.S. Employment Act of 1946. Establishment of the Full Employment Act; Objectives of the act; Obstacles in full employment.


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