You probably never heard of the Federal Arts Project from the 1930s. President Roosevelt understood that artists had to eat, and that the Great Depression needed stimulus to lift the nation out of the despair. There’s a new exhibit of some of this art called “At Work: Prnts from the Great Depression,” which celebrates work and traditional American values. It was paid for by taxpayer dollars–very few–and it achieved its goals. University of Utah Professior Matt Basso talks about it’s relevance to America of 2012.

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