Letter to Congress

January 1943
New Republic;1/18/43, Vol. 108 Issue 3, p67
Presents information on the responsibilities of the U.S. Congress to build a prosperous nation. Influence of the decisions made by the congress in determining the state of the nation as well as world affairs; Information on President's speech to the congress; Role of the congress in eradicating unemployment and poverty; Impact of the taxes on lower income groups; Importance of providing jobs to soldiers returning from war; Comments on providing social security; Proposal for establishing an economic program for peacetime America; Role to be played by United Nations inn maintaining peace all over the world.


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