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for Popular Government Vol. 4 Issue 4, Jan 1937
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Ejectment, synonymous with eviction, and the ethics of ejection are discussed by Gardner who spent a great deal of time interviewing law enforcement officers tasked with forcing people out of their homes. Gardner recounts some of the more troubling tales encountered by those officers forced to evict delinquent tenants, like a mother and her two children forced from their home with no money and no refuge from the elements.
Hugh Clegg was Director of the National Police Academy and took time from his duties to run a 1-day school for police instructors. The school was held January 5-14, 1937 in Chapel Hill and 142 officers participated. The goal of training was to educate officers on the ever evolving subject of law enforcement ethics.
The NYA, National Youth Administration, was a Federal project intended to provide work opportunities for young citizens. In 1936, this program employed 13,779 young adults either high school or college aid and spent $366,086. Projects for these youth ranged from vocational training to scientific research.