Rural Relief: The General Facts Concerning Rural Poverty, Its Extent, Concentration, and Causes, are Presented in These Charts which Were Selected for the Committee from the Files of the Works Progress Administration and the Bureau of Agricultural Economics
Works Progress Administration, National Research Project, 1938 - Agriculture - 56 pages
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