THE GOVERNMENT AT YOUR SERVICE by Archie Robertson
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THE GOVERNMENT AT YOUR SERVICE

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A library MUST, for under one cover are indicated all possible sources of aids for citizens, supplied by the U. S. Government. A guide to the maze of governmental services, general and specific, to bureaus, to departments. Where to go for what, information about civil service and other government jobs; about homemaking and children; housing; health; workers' security; the employed and the unemployed; collective bargaining; social security; old age; business conservation; recreation; farming; communications; post office; radio; weather; Interstate Commerce Commission; roads; maritime information; aviation; youth and education; apprentice training; arts and sciences; radio forum; libraries; W.P.A.; veterans; the handicapped; Indians; national defense; money and disbursements; justice; citizenship; available literature; where to write about your peculiar program; how to avail yourself to the utmost of governmental help.

Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin