Homelessness Circa 1931

“Wretched, bewildered, homeless men, looking for work, flocked to the cities… .The streets filled up like a measuring cup: a quarter full, half full, until everywhere you looked you saw shuffling, shabby men, wasted with hunger, shivering with cold, an invading army.

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