Index
Acheson, Dean, 53, 56
Adamic, Louis, 357
Agar, Herbert, 295
Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA), 12, 42, 49, 54, 60, 62, 75, 78, 85, 89, 106, 144, 224, 230, 289
Agriculture, 39, 48, 49, 62, 149
Air Transport Command, 257
Alexander, Czar, 332
Allen, Robert S., 216
Altschul, Frank, 220
Amalgamated Clothing Workers, 80, 81, 194, 195, 196, 198, 307
Amberjack II, 13, 53
American Federation of Labor, 80, 81, 82, 83, 191-193, 379
American Labor Party, 250-251, 362-363, 372-73, 384
American Legion, 265
American Magazine, 142
American Peace Mobilization, 255
American President Lines, 238
American Student Union, 253, 254
American Tobacco Company, 237
American Woolen Corporation, 308
American Youth Congress, 253-255
Ames Baldwin Wyoming Shovel Co., 237
Anderson, Marian, 257
Angell, James W., 34
Anti-Saloon League, 14
Anti-Trust Laws, 38, 43, 48, 114
Antomarchi, Francesco, 411
a Prato, Carlo, 327
Armour and Company, 238
Ashurst, Henry, 85, 105
Associated Gas and Electric Company, 237
Associated Press, 326
Association for Improving Condition of the Poor, 130, 131
Association of Iron and Tin Workers, 191
Astor, Vincent, 4, 17, 65
Atlantic Chatter, 299-303, 337-338, 339, 385-386
Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company, 271-272
Augusta, 299, 332
Await, F. W., 26
Badoglio, Pietro, 323, 342
Bailey, Josiah W., 85
Bailey, Thomas A., 297-298
Balkan States, (See Conference, International, under specific headings)
Ballantine, Arthur, 26, 27, 28, 30
Baltic States, (See Conferences, lnterna­ tional, under specific headings)
Baltimore Sun, 224
Bank closings, 5, 25
Bank Crisis of 1933: analysis of, 28, 124- 125; bill to reopen banks, 11; Detroit crash, 16; development of, 25, 27; Hoover letter to Roosevelt about, 17, 18, 20; Hoover plan for, 22; banking legislalion, 60; number banks reopened, 32; plan for, 29; Roosevelt's attitude toward, 19, 27; Roosevelt's plan for dealing with, 27
Bank of the United States, 19
Bankhead, John, 105, 106, 210, 216, 218
Barkley, Alben, 111, 129, 133, 135, 139, 213-214, 215, 218, 365-366, 374-375, 376
Barnes, William, 261
Barrows, Alice, 75
Baruch, Bernard, 23, 43, 53, 143, 320, 368, 373
Beaverbrook, Lord, 142, 143
Beck, Thomas, 142
Belair, Felix, 141
Berger, Paul, 199
Berle, Adolf A., Jr., 5, 28, 34, 337
Bess, Demaree, 338-339
Beveridge, William, 393
Biggers, E. M., 290
Biggers, John D., 119
Black, Hugo, 92
Black, Van Lear, 262
Blanton, Thomas L., 86
Bloom, Sol, 42
Blue Eagle, 43, 44
Board of Economic Warfare (BEW), 228, 304-309, 326
Boettiger, Anna Roosevelt, 88, 378
BOLERO, 334-336
Borah, William E., 46, 58, 264
Boston Braves, 238
Bovingdon, John, 308-309
Bowles, Chester, 317
Brain Trust, 14, 24, 30, 33, 34, 149, 187, 284
Brandeis, Louis D., 47, 144
Bridges, Harry, 196

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  • 1 - The New Dealer Takes the Deck 3
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