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Over 120,000 Jewish Families in Ukraine Face Employment Crisis, Yevsektzia Informed

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Further statistics submitted to the Yevsektzia (Jewish section of the Communist Party) conference today show that in the Ukraine 143,348 Jewish families, consisting of 400,346 people, need work. For over 120,000 families no way of solving their employment problem is for seen, even within the five year plan which includes first, the settling on the land of only 8,000 Ukrainian Jewish families, secondly organizing into kustar collectives 4,000 families, and third, the establishment in factory work of 5,000 families. This is a total of 17,000 families or 50,000 people while salvation for the rest must be considered outside of the five year plan.

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