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In "People Like Ourselves: Forecast for Survey Graphic" (November 1935), Survey Graphic's editor, Paul Kellogg, expressed the magazine's views on environmental issues, energy programs, labor laws, government relief efforts, public health, and more.

The excerpts below from "People Like Ourselves" outline key issues in the 1930s.



The Ground We Are Losing

The Energy We Can Harness

Population Shifts

Work and Employment Planning

Labor and Collective Bargaining

Security, Relief, and Social Work

Consumers

Housing

Government

Our World Boundaries

Education

The Arts




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