In October 1933 the National Industrial Conference Board estimated the
number of U. S. unemployed to be 9,645,000. Since that date the New
Deal has spent in direct or indirect efforts to increase employment
more than $9,000,000,000. Last week the National Industrial Conference
Board estimated the number of unemployed in May 1935 to have been
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