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During the past five years the JOURNAL has carried several articles on our C.C.C. and one on the German Arbeitsdienst. Below is another on a European youth labor service, the Austrian, which differs radically from the German model and somewhat from the American. The author offers several comparisons of the Austrian with the American and suggests that in several particulars we might well follow the European examples. The recent debacle in Austria gives a note of timeliness to this article.
Document Type: Journal Article
Civilian Conservation Corps
Publication date: July 1, 1938
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