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Ellender, Allen J. (1890-1972) "The Facts About Housing and Common Sense in Post-War Housing"

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09640.339.01 Author/Creator: Ellender, Allen J. (1890-1972) Place Written: Washington, D.C. Type: Printed document Date: 25 March 1944 Pagination: 4 p. ; 28.8 x 23.1 cm.

Summary of Content: One reprinting of a congressional record entitled, "The Facts About Housing and Common Sense in Post-War Housing," addressed by Allen J. Ellender dated March 25, 1944. This printing was pulled form the proceedings of the 78th Congress's second session. Ellender addresses housing programs created before World War II for low-income households. States that he is opposed to abolishing the low-rent housing program.

People: Ellender, Allen J., 1890-1972

Historical Era: Great Depression and World War II, 1929-1945

Subjects: Government and CivicsPoliticiansHousingLegislationPolitics

Sub Era: World War II

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