Robert Moses: An Atlantic Portrait
This 1939 article from Atlantic Magazine was written during the time that Robert Moses was New York City's Commissioner of Parks, and also head of the park system of New York State. Although Moses became a controversial figure, this laudatory article in Atlantic Magazine describes his role in revolutionizing the park system in New York City. Eventually, as head of the Long Island State Park Commission, his most notable achievement was the development of the famous ones Beach State Park. Click on the link to read the article.
Moses, Robert, Politics, United States