Uncle Sam's Conscience Fund

Frederick, J. George
February 1943
Saturday Evening Post;2/27/1943, Vol. 215 Issue 35, p66
The article focuses on the increase in the generated conscience fund of belated restitutions by the U.S. government during the periods of war and depression. Most of the payment senders are anonymous and penitent. During World War I, the fund generated is $54,923.15. One of the biggest accumulated payment coincided with the presidential administration of Theodore Roosevelt.


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