Other People's Money

Flynn, John T.
June 1937
New Republic;6/23/37, Vol. 91 Issue 1177, p188
Comments on the support of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt on public housing. Appointment of Roosevelt as housing coordinator a man who expressed his opposition to housing; Concern on the authenticity of Roosevelt's support to housing; Speculation of the author on the realization of low cost public housing for the poor people in the country.


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