Publication Date

March 1968


[Excerpt] In military engagements, one can seldom select the most conducive setting in which to seek a total victory. So it is with the federally assisted manpower training effort. Its overall destiny resides in its ability to master the challenges presented by the South. For it is now clear that many of this Nation's pressing urban problems are rural South in origin.


Suggested Citation:
Briggs, V. M. Jr. (1968). Manpower programs and regional development [Electronic version]. Monthly Labor Review, 91(3), 55-61.

Required Publisher Statement:
Published by the U.S. Department of Labor.