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Alabama: Mobile Tunnel 187
Alabama Power Co57-59, 123
Alabama, University of135
Alburg, Vt 129-130
Alcatraz Penitentiary 200
All-American Canal 110
Annapolis, Md164-165
Appleton, Wis163
Arkansas: Mental hospitals 147
Arkansas, University of152
Armories 202-203
Arp, Tex 177
Asheville, N. C 201
Astoria, Oreg184
Atlanta:
Federal Penitentiary 200
Police headquarters 199
Regional office (See footnote) 45
Techwood Homes 207-208, 211, 216
Atlanta Penitentiary 200
Atlantic City212
Auburn (N Y) prison 200
Auditoriums 200-201, 203, 238-241
Aviation 108, 191-192, 254
B
Barre, Vt201
Barton County, Mo 200
Bidding 78-79, 82, 88-90
Big Sandy, Tex 177
Birmingham, Ala212, 216
Bloomdale, Ohio174
Bond sales 63, 67-68, 229
Bonneville Dam 115-119, 190
Boston:
General Hospital 146
Housing 216
Municipal credit 6
Police radio 198
Boulder Dam 110-112
Bound Brook, NJ (See footnote) 156
Bridgeport, Tex177
Brooklyn, N Y134, 214
Brownsville, Tex231-234
Budget Bureau 98
Buffalo: Page
Convention Hall 201
Housing 212
Sewage plant 161
Sewer authority 54
Building specifications 77-78
Buildings, public 8, 30
Bureau of Labor Statistics 18-20, 22, 23, 26-28, 30, 31, 215
Business cycles 11, 70, 95, 221-22
C
California:
Alameda-Contra Costra Tunnel 187
All-American Canal 110
Legislation 55, 247
Los Angeles schools244-248
Camden, N J188
Canadian, Tex 177
Cape May, N J205
Capital goods 9
Carmody, John M II
Change orders 80
Charleston, S C212, 216
Charleston, W Va201
Charlotte, N C198
Chicago:
Housing 210
Municipal credit 6
Regional office (See footnote) 45
Sewerage system 162, 234-238
Subway 79, 187
Water supply 172, 173-174
Cincinnati:
Housing 211
Municipal credit 6
Civil Aeronautics Authority 191
Civil Works Administration 39, 220
Cleveland 211, 213, 216
Colleges (See Schools)
Colorado:
Denver water supply 248-252
Federal prison 200
Legislation 52
Columbia, S C203
Columbus, Ga133

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  • Prefatory Note ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Contents vii
  • Section One ix
  • Chapter I - Theory and Facts 1
  • Chapter II - Men and Materials 17
  • Chapter III - Mandate of Congress 33
  • Chapter IV - Legal Framework 49
  • Chapter V - Loans and Bonds 61
  • Chapter VI - Engineering Blueprints 73
  • Chapter VII - Honest Dollars 83
  • Section Two 93
  • Chapter VIII - Chapter VIII the Federal Programs 95
  • Chapter IX - Electric Power 115
  • Chapter X - For Better Education 127
  • Chapter XI - AIDS to Health 141
  • Chapter XII - Sewage and Stream Pollution 155
  • Chapter XIII - Water is Life 169
  • Chapter XIV - Land Sea and Air 181
  • Chapter XV - For Government Business 195
  • Chapter XVI - Public Housing 207
  • Chapter XVII - Summary 219
  • Chapter XVIII - Case Histories 225
  • Appendix 263
  • Index 293
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