High, Stanley
July 1937
Saturday Evening Post;7/24/1937, Vol. 210 Issue 4, p23
The article focuses on the effort of the local government of Cincinnati, Ohio to reduce the city's unemployment rate in 1937. Its first approach to the problem antedates the depression. As a result, Cincinnati, at the end of the first year of depression, was one of the lowest in unemployment among the nation's industrial cities.


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