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They would, therefore, be better to stay at home and go on welfare.
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Book title: The Homeless Transient in the Great Depression:New York State, 1929-1941.
Contributors: Joan M. Crouse - Author.
Publisher: State University of New York Press.
Place of publication: Albany, NY.
Publication year: 1986.
Page number: 271.
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