HOW TO GET IT FROM THE GOVERNMENT by Stacy V. Jones

HOW TO GET IT FROM THE GOVERNMENT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This should prove to be a much-used, valuable reference book, centralizing as it does information about the government as a provider, an employer, a banker, a realtor, an information bureau, a teacher, a household helper, a holiday host, a guardian, a policeman, a servant, and a consumer. Its usefulness is augmented by illustrations, appendices and index. This tabulates the ramifications of personal help, federal jobs, loans of all types, land buying and renting, individual records, the service academies and scholarships and fellowships, publications available to the housewife, her husband, and the businessman, copyrights, claims and immigration, etc., etc. This explanation of government benefits available for all citizens -- from birth to death -- will undoubtedly have a wide usage and, since it is to become an annual publication, will be brought up to date and corrected yearly.

Pub Date: Feb. 28th, 1951
Publisher: Dutton