Live Steel?Dead Jobs

Harold, J.; Ruttenberg, Stanley
October 1940
New Republic;10/14/40, Vol. 103 Issue 16, p519
Focuses on the workers of steel mill built on the top of the Cadmen Hill. Description of the interior of the mill; Impact of the mill on steel workers; Circumstances in which the workers are leading their lives; Conditions of the houses that were built for the workers; situation of the public housing in the U.S.; Requirement of funds to provide the workers with homes.


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