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When Art Worked: Art, the New Deal, and Democracy

When Art Worked: Art, the New Deal, and Democracy 03/10/2010
Since the founding of the nation, art has created constituencies for the preservation of its most revered natural areas and places of historic and cultural significance. Roger Kennedy, former Director of the National Park Service, and Director Emeritus of the National Museum of American History, discusses how the New Deal put the arts, including painting, music, theater, and architecture, to work and its influence on the development of the National Park Service.

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