Foreign News: Unemployed

Members of the House of Commons cried "Hear, Hear!" approvingly last week as Minister of Labor Sir Arthur Herbert Steel-Maitland declared: "I believe it is a fact that there are more workers unemployed in the U. S. than in Great Britain. . . . Although no official statistics on the subject of unemployment in the U. S. are issued by the U. S. Government, it appears to be generally accepted by those competent to form an opinion that out of 12,000,000 workers engaged in manufacturing and industry in the U. S. 1,500,000 are...

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