Malaria was a significant problem in the southern United States during the early decades of the twentieth century. Part of President Franklin D. Roosevelt¿s New Deal focused on economic development of the South, with improvement of public health in that region as an integral part. This Article is a case study of increased federal public health efforts during the New Deal and World War II eras, which replaced some traditionally state and local areas of control as well as private philanthropic efforts.
Polly J. Price,
Federalization of the Mosquito: Structural Innovation in the New Deal Administrative State,
Emory L. J.
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