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In early March of 1937, numerous governors convened to commiserate on the increasing costs inherit in the economic relief funding programs that each of their state offered to the unemployed:

"Following their conference the six governors outlined their attitude in a telegram to the President. They said the cost of relief could not be borne by local governments; that the Federal Government should offer work relief to all needy employables and the WPA workers should not be dropped from the rolls until they could be absorbed in private industry."

In 1941, the WPA was given the task of instilling patriotism in the new immigrants - click here to read about it.

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WPA and the States (Pathfinder Magazine, 1937)

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