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Harry Lloyd Hopkins (1890–1946) was administrator of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration—the country's first federal relief program—as part of Franklin D. Roosevelt's presidential administration. In 1936 he published Spending to Save: The Complete Story of Relief.
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