KENTUCKY ON THE MARCH by Harry W. Schacter

KENTUCKY ON THE MARCH

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KIRKUS REVIEW

In part a detailed report, in part a testimonial, this tells of the Committee for Kentucky (which was inspired by the author), a spontaneous civic movement to improve conditions in this state. This Committee, started in 1943, represents the professional, business, labor, racial, industrial and agricultural groups as well as the radio, press, women's organizations. It has dealt with labor, health, education, the State Constitution, etc. and in bringing facts before the public, has been able to raise Kentucky's standards through legislation and community education... Of regional interest, and beyond that- as an example of a successful civil and public relations project.

Pub Date: Sept. 7th, 1949
Publisher: Harper