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The Legacy of the New Deal in The Inglewood, CA Post Office The Daily Breeze has published a piece on the New Deal-funded bas-reliefs that have enlivened the Inglewood post office since the New Deal era. Read the whole piece… read more

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Video: In Landscape Harmony: New Deal Bridges for the Oregon Coast

Oregon national associate Judith Kenny and videographers Logan Duello and Alex Hilton recently produced a short video on the five Public Works Administration (PWA) bridges that completed the Oregon Coast Highway (Hwy 101). The five bridges serve the southwest coast… read more

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“How the first New Deal remade America”

Living New Deal advisor, Nelson Lichtenstein, wrote a piece on the infrastructure, social and physical, of the New Deal. Read the piece here.

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