January 1967
Congressional Digest;Jan1967, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p1
Focuses on the program designed by the congress in the U.S. to compensate unemployed members. Method by which applicable members are provided benefits from such a program; Major virtue claimed for the program by its advocates; Fields that would gain advantages by recommendations made by President Lyndon B. Johnson of the U.S. during 1965.


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