The Diary of Rexford G. Tugwell: The New Deal, 1932-1935

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June 1933 to March 1934

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From June of 1933 to March of 1934 1 have no orderly notes; and there will be no attempt here to fill the gap with a complete account of the events in which I had a part. It is possible, however, to summarize them; and this has been done. The following is a kind of time-table covering the period. The mere headlines of The New York Times articles on the controversial Food and Drug Bill (Tugwell Bill) indicate the progress of that ill-fated measure during this period.

June 1933 -- March 1934
June 6 Food and Drug Bill introduced by Copeland, S.
1944
16 Public Works Administration set up by executive
order(1)
16 National Recovery Administration created by
executive order--Hugh Johnson, Administrator:
Special Industrial Recovery Board members--
Secretary of Commerce, Chairman, the Attorney
General, Secretary of Interior, Secretary of
Agriculture, Secretary of Labor, Director of the
Budget, Administrator for Industrial Recovery,
Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission.
24 Address to Federation of Bar Association of
Western New York, "Design for Government"

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Recent Titles in Contributions in Economics and Economic History ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Copyright Acknowledgments v
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Preface xi
  • Rexford G. Tugwell: A Brief Sketch 1
  • Rexford G. Tugwell Diary: An Explanation 13
  • 1932 21
  • 1933 47
  • 1934 93
  • 1935 181
  • REVISED DIARY 285
  • Introduction 287
  • The Hundred Days 332
  • Addendum to the Diary for the Hundred Days 357
  • Monetary Preliminaries 367
  • The World Economic Conference 373
  • Intimations of the Civilian Conservation Corps 387
  • June 1933 to March 1934 391
  • Glossary 489
  • Bibliography 513
  • Index 517
  • About the Editor 527
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