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In reply to your letter to the clergymen, I am glad that the general economic condition of my community is decidedly better than it was two years ago. Most of those them unemployed are now at work. Of course many of these, thanks to your humanitarian efforts, are employed in PWA, WPA and CCC projects. But many have been re-absorbed by private business and industry. Some whose business had failed are now redeeming their business from bankruptcy.  >>more...>>

Title:     Clergy Letter, The Lewis Avenue Congregational Church, Brooklyn, NY
Author:    McPherson, Walter A. R.
Source:     FDR Library, President's Personal File, Entry 21, Box 22
Date:     October 25, 1935

Publisher:     Clergy Letters
Type:     Letter

Listed Under:
Brooklyn, New York
Clergy Letters to FDR