Unemployment: industry seeks a solution: A series of radio addresses given under the auspices of the President's Emergency Committee for Employment
Gerard Swope, Cyrus Hall McCormick, Henry Sturgis Dennison, Walter Clark Teagle, Morris Evans Leeds, William G. Stuber, William Green, William Cooper Procter, United States. President's Emergency Committee for Employment, Myron Charles Taylor, Lawrence Aloysius Downs, United States. Dept. of Commerce
U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1931 - Business & Economics - 31 pages
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