When the Veterans Come Home

Lippman, Leopold
September 1944
New Republic;9/4/44, Vol. 111 Issue 10, p272
Focuses on the vocational rehabilitation of veterans of the World War II in the U.S. Information on the law related to the necessary reemployment of veterans by their previous employers; Role of the Veterans Administration, in providing reemployment to veterans; Significance of strengthening the U.S. Employment Service; Plans of the organized labor for reemployment of veterans; Comment that solution of the problem assumes a program of full production, underwritten by government financing and involving public works.


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