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That able-bodied persons on relief will not take a job when it is offered them is the hue and cry raised wherever there are berries to be picked, onions to be topped, sugar beets to be pulled, small grain to be harvested or corn to be shocked. The charge is leveled at that lowliest of laborers—the part-time agriculture worker.  >>more...>>

Title:     Harvest and Relief
Author:    Kidney, Daniel M.
Publication:     Survey Graphic
Date:     September, 1935

Publisher:     Survey Associates, Inc.
Type:     Article

Listed Under:
Agricultural Labor
Migrant Labor

Notes:     Vol 24, No. 9, p. 421.