Truman and Korea: The Political Culture of the Early Cold War

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ABBREVIATIONS
AFL American Federation of Labor
BAC Business Advisory Council
BOB Bureau of the Budget
CEA Council of Economic Advisors
CED Committee for Economic Development
CIO Congress of Industrial Organizations
CMP Controlled Materials Plan
DMPA Defense Materials Procurement Agency
DPA Defense Production Administration
ECA Economic Cooperation Administration
ESA Economic Stabilization Agency
FMCS Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
IMC International Materials Conference
JCS Joint Chiefs of Staff
NAM National Association of Manufacturers
NATO North Atlantic Treaty Organization
NPA National Production Authority
NRA National Recovery Administration
NSC National Security Council
NSRB National Security Resources Board
ODM Office of Defense Mobilization
OPA Office of Price Administration, World War II
OPS Office of Price Stabilization, Korean War
UAW United Auto Workers
ULPC United Labor Policy Committee
UMW United Mine Workers
UN United Nations
USCC United States Chamber of Commerce
WIB War Industries Board
WPB War Production Board
WSB Wage Stabilization Board

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