60 Million Jobs

December 1944
New Republic;12/4/44, Vol. 111 Issue 23, p745
Comments on the platforms and views of U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt on domestic and international economic policies, full employment and job creation in a campaign speech in Chicago, Illinois in October 1944. Proposals for programs ensuring federal aid and centralization, governmental support for private enterprise, finance for industrial plant expansion, low-cost housing, public works and support for farm prices; Platforms on foreign trade, tariffs, Lend-Lease agreements, foreign credits and private loans; Author's doubts about Roosevelt's platforms and programs; Indications of politics and government.


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