LABOR: When Winter Comes

Last summer President Hoover hoped the Depression would end before winter came and thus automatically relieve unemployment. When winter came he was roundly flayed for inaction. This summer the President has been informed by his experts that, even if good times should return with an unexpected rush before snow flies, next winter will bring far more hunger, cold and want among the jobless than last. Therefore last week President Hoover began to bestir himself to see what could be done before winter comes.

The President's first concern was to dam the rising tide...

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