(AW)Preparation for WW2 is what turned the economy around, not the low-pay, 
short term, make-work jobs and government handouts of taxpayer's money that 
were provided by FDR's alphabet soup of agencies.

I don't know. George Marshall was a tremendous fan of the CCC. Further, it 
was not the point of these programs to be particularly useful. Rather, they 
stemmed the tide of national distress, the horrid emotional strain for 
people who had always been industrious, always worked, who were at the time 
idle. I also think that Marshall's exposure to this side of things made him 
more attuned to the post-war issues in Europe.

All in all, I see these activities as being rather useful.

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