What Has Happened at Greenbelt?

Brown, Philip S.
August 1941
New Republic;8/11/41, Vol. 105 Issue 6, p183
Focuses on the reconstruction of Greenbelt town in Maryland. Rise in birth rate in the U.S.; Observations made by statisticians on Greenbelt's producing capacity of children; Information on the cost of living in Greenbelt; Criticisms on major errors in planning or construction in Greenbelt. Report on rising incomes that have further discouraged the adoption of Greenbelt as a permanent home.


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