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Employment stabilization pamphlets, 1919-1945. v. 3.

Author: Ralph E FlandersAlbert Lytle DeaneJacob BillikopfRalph BarbourH W GriffinAll authors
Publisher: 1919-1945.
Series: Harvard social history/business preservation microfilm project., Project 3 ;, 31028.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ralph E Flanders; Albert Lytle Deane; Jacob Billikopf; Ralph Barbour; H W Griffin; Monroe Shakespeare; Martha Ellen Wright Shakespeare; Carl A Gray; Chauncey E Brockway; Merryle Stanley Rukeyser; James Finney Lincoln; L S Chadwick; Henry Wise; New York (State). Board of Social Welfare.; State Charities Aid Association (N.Y.); Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. Policyholders Service Bureau.; Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America.; Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America. Committee on Soldier and Sailor Employment.; United States. Selective Service System.
OCLC Number: 80487995
Description: 1 v. ; 29 cm.
Contents: [v.3:no. 1-9] Prospects for unemployment relief in 1931-32 in 45 cities of New York State : an evaluation of the experience in unemployment relief during the winter of 1930-31 and of the adequacy of existing facilities to meet the need for unemployment relief in the winter of 1931-32 / Joint Committee on Unemployment Relief of the State Board of Social Welfare and the State Charities Aid Association (1931) --
An end to unemployment / Ralph E. Flanders (1934) --
The Deane Plan for eliminating unemployment and automatically sustaining purchasing power / by Albert L. Deane [1934?] --
The use of research in employment stabilization : a report on applying research to steady personnel / Policyholders Service Bureau, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company [193-?] --
Emergency program, President's Conference on Unemployment / Chamber of Commerce of the United States (1921) --
Soldier and sailor employment / Chamber of Commerce of the United States (March 21, 1919) --
Soldier and sailor employment / Committee on Soldier and Sailor Employment, Chamber of Commerce of the United States (April 18, 1919) --
Soldier and sailor employment / Committee on Soldier and Sailor Employment, Chamber of Commerce of the United States (May 16, 1919) --
Possibilities of business and employment stabilization / Chamber of Commerce of the United States (19th annual meeting) (1931). [v.3:no. 10-21] What have we learned about unemployment? / Jacob Billikopf (Reprinted for private circulation from Proceedings of the National Conference of Social Work, fifty-eighth annual session, Minneapolis, 1931) --How to abolish unemployment / by Ralph Barbour (1931) --
A new gospel for industry : an alternative to Sir Alfred Mond's employment scheme / by H.W. Griffin [1925?] --
The cure for unemployment / by Ralph Barbour [193-?] --
A labor-management plan for full post-war employment without WPA / by Monroe and Martha Shakespeare [1944?] --
Information concerning the Veteran's Assistance Program of the Selective Service System / Selective Service System (1944) --
A post-war plan suggested by Carl A. Gray : article from the New York times of April 25, 1943 entitled Draft in reverse after war urged (Senate document (United States. Congress. Senate.) ; 78th Congress, no. 65) (1943) --
Men want jobs, industry can provide them : without government assistance or interference : a revolutionary approach to the subject / Chauncy E. Brockway [1944?] --
The quest for economic security through guaranteed employment / by Merryle Stanley Rukeyser (c1945) --
Who can employ the idle? / by James F. Lincoln [193-?] --
Balanced labor : a plan to remedy depressions present and future / by L.S. Chadwick (c1931) --
Consumer credit for wage earners out of work / by Henry Wise (1931).
Series Title: Harvard social history/business preservation microfilm project., Project 3 ;, 31028.

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