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Report For 1942, Goodwill Industries
The solution is not charity. It is a program of rehabilitation and training which makes these people self-confident and able not only to support themselves, but also to give Society the benefit of their individual talents. In helping to meet the war shortage of materials and skilled help, the Goodwill workers prove that the organization has aided not only them, but their beloved country as well....
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Title: Report For 1942, Goodwill Industries
Creator: Oliver A. Friedman (author)
Date: 1942
Format: n/a
Source: Goodwill Industries International, Inc., Archives, Robert E. Watkins Library
Keywords: Blind; Charity; Deaf; Death; Economics; Edgar J. Helms; Employment; Goodwill Industries; Industry; Labor; Labor & Commerce; Physical Disability; Religion; Self Help; Sensory Disability; Service Organizations; Social Welfare & Communities; Statistics; Transportation; Veterans & Military; Vocational Rehabilitation; Work; WWII
Topics: Institutions, Organizations & Corporations; Social Movements & Advocacy

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