Gray Brechin, project scholar of the Living New Deal, has an op-ed piece in the San Francisco Gate that's a must-read. It starts like this: "No other nation in the world possesses the cultural heritage so nobly embodied in America's prewar post offices and the New Deal works of art they often contain. Until recently, however, most Americans were unaware that what they paid for and rightfully own is being sold off wholesale, let alone who is profiting from those sales." Read more.
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