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In the intensity of political opposition preceding the election, it is becoming more and more apparent that one of the most serious problems confronting the nation is being either distorted or evaded. That problem is unemployment--the question of the relief of the unemployed and the destitute.  >>more...>>

Title:     Address before the Democratic Women's Regional Conference for Southeastern States
Author:    Woodward, Ellen
Source:     National Archives
Date:     March 19, 1936

Publisher:     WPA Papers
Type:     Speech

Listed Under:
Women's Division, WPA
Work Relief
Works Progress Adminstration

Notes:     Record Group 69, Series 737, Box 8