By William R. Brock
Even though Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal is remembered largely end result of the relief and tips it delivered to thousands of unemployed and indigent americans, strangely little has been written approximately federal aid for unemployment. the good test of the Federal Emergency aid Act had implications that went past its fast function: it challenged without delay the deep-seated conviction that the comfort of poverty was once a neighborhood accountability, and in doing so highlighted the deficiencies of neighborhood self-government. In reviewing the test of the F.E.R.A. and the recent Deal, Professor Brock's publication increases very important questions on American attitudes towards welfare, neighborhood executive, and nationwide accountability.