Dividing Citizens: Gender and Federalism in New Deal Public Policy

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1. Incorporation of citizens in the New Deal23
2. Old Age Insurance and Old Age Assistance, compared80
3. State averages for OAA and OASI, 1940115
4. Features and provisions of UI and ADC, compared142
5. Availability and disqualification provisions: special provisions in State UI laws affecting women, December 31, 1941 and 1945154-155
6. Number of families receiving aid and average grant per family in dollars by state: Mothers' pensions, June 1931 versus plans approved by the SSB, June 1936160
7. Proportion of children aided by ADC in January 1938 by states161
8. Reason for lack of support or care by father, ADC families, for 16 states, October 1942171
9. Occupational groups of employed persons, by sex, 1940200
10. Status of workers under FLSA, covered versus exempt, by sex, 1940200
11. Status of workers under the minimum wage provisions of the FLSA, by sex and occupational group, 1940201
12. Subminimum wage workers and percentage of women employed in twelve industries most affected by FLSA minimum wage provisions202
13. Average annual wages in dollars for workers exempt from the FLSA, by sex and occupational group, 1940204

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