Herbert H. Lehman and New York's Little New Deal

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INDEX
AAA. See Agricultural Adjustment Administration
AALL. See American Association for Labor Legislation
AASS. See American Association for Social Security
AFL. See American Federation of Labor
Abrams, Charles, 191, 201, 206n75
Acheson, Dean, 111
Adie, David, 52; background of, 49; and Welfare State, 49-50; on reorganization of Department of Social Welfare, 57
Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA), 163-65 passim
Agricultural Advisory Commission, 153; origins of, 152; approves milk control bill, 154; supports state publicity for milk, 162; condemns 1933 milk strike, 175 n41
Agriculture, 148-49. See also Milk industry
Aldrich, Winthrop W., 66n20
Alfred, Helen: background of, 188; and municipal housing, 188-89, 191; praises Lehman, 191, 200; cites limits of 1938 housing amendment, 196
Allen, Howard N., 168
Aluminum Company of America, 224
Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, 131, 203n31
American Agriculturist, 153, 162, 171
American Association for Labor Legislation (AALL), 72, 76, 93, 252. See also Andrews, John B.
American Association for Old Age Security, 76, 87
American Association for Social Security (AASS), 76, 89, 252, 253. See also Epstein, Abraham
American Federation of Labor (AFL), 77, 134, 135, 137, 142; and unemployment insurance, 73; and labor legislation, 131; impact of Depression on, 131; drafts state labor relations bill, 138; split with Congress of Industrial Organizations, 143n6. See also New York State Federation of Labor
American Labor Party, 28n61, 160, 252
American Legion, 118
Andrews, Elmer F.: background of, 77; and unemployment insurance, 77, 80, 81, 84-85; and minimum wage, 108-09, 112, 114
Andrews, John B.: author of "American plan" for unemployment insurance, 72; organizes campaign for unemployment insurance, 73-75; and Abraham Epstein, 76-77; seeks union support for American plan, 77-78; attacks Ohio plan, 79, 80; endorses modified Ohio

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