Low-income Families: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Low-Income Families of the Joint Committee on the Economic Report, Congress of the United States, Eighty-first Congress, First Session, Pursuant to Sec. 5 (a) of Public Law 304, 79th Congress
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1950 - Cost and standard of living - 602 pages
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Page 136 - to find out what it costs a worker's family to live in the large cities of the United States.
Page 98 - That the information furnished under the provisions of the next preceding section shall be used only for the statistical purposes for which it is supplied. No publication shall be made by the Census Office whereby the data furnished by any particular establishment can be identified, nor shall the Director of the Census permit anyone other than the sworn employees of the Census Office to examine the individual reports.
Page 424 - Programs, selected materials assembled by the staff of the Subcommittee on Low-Income Families of the Joint Committee on the Economic Report, 84th Cong., 1st sess.
Page 261 - President and one representative, designated subject to the approval of the chairman of each of the following departments and agencies: The Department of War, the Department of the Navy, the Department of Agriculture, the Department of Labor, the Federal Security Agency, the War Production Board, the United States Civil Service Commission, the National Housing Agency...
Page 256 - In the first place this program does not close the gap between farm and nonfarm income. It offers a realistic beginning. In the second place, the price and income supports I have suggested, in common with all other price-support systems, falls short of meeting the needs of those operators who lack enough good land and enough capital to produce the necessary volume with the necessary efficiency for a good standard of living.
Page 108 - Secretary, we are glad to have you with us. We have your prepared statement, which will be printed in the record, and I understand you are going to summarize it for us.
Page 462 - In a letter to the Fair Employment Practice Committee on May 8,1946, the Honorable Dean Acheson, then Acting Secretary of State, stated that: . . . the existence of discrimination against minority groups in this country has an adverse effect upon our relations with other countries. We are reminded over and over by some foreign newspapers and spokesmen, that our treatment of various minorities leaves much to be desired.
Page 412 - Low-Income Families and Economic Stability" (materials on the problem of low-income families assembled by the staff of the Subcommittee on Low-Income Families), Senate Document 231, September 1950; reprinted from committee print of November 1949.
Page 450 - Paul V. Benner, Assistant Director, Local Welfare Services, Louisiana Department of Public Welfare JC Alston, Director, Division of Social Administration, Central State College, Wilberforce, Ohio Mrs. Leonard H. Bernheim, Vice Chairman, Women's Division, National Jewish Welfare Board, New York Margaret Creech, Director, Department of Information and Studies, National Travelers Aid Association, New York Mrs. Ruth I. Knee, President, American Association of Psychiatric Social Workers, Fairfax, Va....