Dole or Revolution?

Before the gates of Ford Motor Co.'s plant at Dearborn, Mich., ten thousand jobless men last week rioted wildly, stoned police. State employment officials at Chicago reported two jobs for every five applicants. In New York breadlines grew longer and longer. A 20-year record for sheltering men, women and children at the Municipal Lodging House was broken. Employment at the Brooklyn Navy Yard hit rock bottom when the U. S. laid off 1,156 skilled workmen, one-third of the yard's force. Meanwhile businessmen waited for the predicted industrial pickup.

In Washington last week...

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