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The road we are traveling, 1914-1942

guide lines to America's future

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This edition was published in by The Twentieth Century Fund in New York.

Written in English

106 pages

In this book, Stuart Chase outlines a proposition that ended up being the basis of FDR's New Deal.

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Cover of: The road we are traveling, 1914-1942
Cover of: The road we are traveling, 1914-1942
The road we are traveling, 1914-1942
1943, The Twentieth Century Fund
Cover of: The road we are traveling, 1914-1942
Cover of: The  road we are traveling, 1914-1942
The road we are traveling, 1914-1942: guide lines to America's future
1942, The Twentieth Century Fund
Hardcover in English

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The road we are traveling, 1914-1942

guide lines to America's future

First published in 1942



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In this book, Stuart Chase outlines a proposition that ended up being the basis of FDR's New Deal.

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The road we are traveling, 1914-1942

guide lines to America's future

This edition was published in by The Twentieth Century Fund in New York.


Edition Notes

Series
His When the war ends.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
330.973
Library of Congress
HC106.4 .C42

The Physical Object

Format
Hardcover
Pagination
3 p. l., 106 p.
Number of pages
106
Weight
1.7

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL6443703M
Internet Archive
roadwearetraveli0000chas
LC Control Number
42036150
OCLC/WorldCat
173020

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