The Works Progress Administration(WPA),formed during the Great Depression as part of Roosevelt's New Deal, was created with the express intent of putting to work as many as possible of the more than 10 million unemployed in the United States. One of the more controversial programs 5 of the WPA was the Federal Arts Project, a program to employ artists full-time at such tasks as painting murals in libraries, theaters, train stations, and airports; teaching various techniques of art; and preparing a comprehensive study of American crafts. Criticism of the program centered on what was perceived as the frivolity of 10 supporting the arts at a time when millions were starving, industry was sagging, farms were barren, and all that could flourish was bankruptcy courts and soup kitchens.
1. This passage mainly discusses
2. According to the passage, the stated purpose of the WPA was to
3. All the following probably helped to make the Federal Arts Project controversial EXCEPT that
4. When the author states that "... all that could flourish was bankruptcy courts and soup kitchens," he probably means that
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