Public Opinion, 1935-1946

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A.A.A. SeeAgricultural Adjustment Act.
Ability. SeeSex; Success.
Aborigines. SeeIndians of South America.
bortion. SeeBirth control.
Abstract art. SeeArt.
Abyssinia. SeeGreat Britain: Foreign relations.
Academic freedom. SeeEducation, Higher; Teaching, Freedom of.
Accidents, Automobile. SeeAutomobiles: Accidents.
Acting. SeeActors and actresses; Theater.

See alsoMilitary service, Compulsory; Newspapers; Theater.

Administration. SeeCivil service; State governments; See also subdivision Politics and government, under names of countries.
Administration of justice. SeeCourts; Crime and criminals; War crimes and trials.
Administrative ability. SeeAbility.
Administrative law. SeeCivil service; Local government.
Adult education. SeeEducation of adults

"Advance, Australia Fair." SeeNational songs.


See alsoNewspapers; Nutrition; Posters; Radio advertising; Religion; Signs and signboards; World War, 1939-1945: U.S.

Advertising, Pictorial. SeePosters.
Aerial navigation. SeeAirplanes: Piloting.
Aerodromes. SeeAirports.

Seealso Air lines; Airplane industry and trade; Airplanes; Airplanes, Military.

Piloting. SeeAirplanes: Piloting.
See alsoAirplanes: Piloting.
Aeronautics, Commercial. SeeAir lines; Airplane industry and trade.
Aeronautics, Military and Naval. SeeAir defenses; Air raid shelters; Airplanes: Military; War: Aerial operations; World War, 1939-1945: Aerial operations.
Aeroplanes. SeeAirplanes.
A.F. of L. SeeAmerican Federation of Labor.
Agnosticism. SeeAtheism.
Agricultural Adjustment Act. SeeAgriculture and state; Control of crops; Courts; U.S.: Politics and government.
Agricultural administration. SeeAgriculture and state.
Agricultural clubs. SeeAgricultural societies.
Agricultural income. SeeIncome, Agricultural.
Agricultural labor. SeeLabor supply, Agricultural.
Agricultural population. SeePopulation, Agricultural.
Agricultural prices. SeePrices, Agricultural.
Agricultural problems. SeeProblems, Agricultural.
Agricultural production. SeeProduction, Agricultural.
Agricultural tools. SeeAgricultural machinery.
Agricultural wages. SeeWages, Agricultural.

Agriculture. SeeAgricultural machinery; Agricultural societies; Agriculture and state; Commerce; Control of crops; Economic conditions; Farmers; Food supply; Gasoline; Meat; Occupations; Republican party; Tires and rubber; U.S.: Appropriations and expenditures; Vegetable gardening.


See alsoControl of crops; Income, Agricultural; Industry and state: Canada: U.S.; Labor supply, Agricultural; Prices, Agricultural; U.S.: Appropriations and expenditures: Politics and government; Wage and price regulation.

Aid to Britain. SeeLend-lease operations; U.S.: Neutrality; World War, 1939-1945: Naval operations: Supplies.
Aid to Canada. SeeSecurity: Canada.
Aid to China. SeeLend-lease operations.
Aid to France. SeeU.S.: Neutrality; World War, 1939-1945: Supplies.
Aid to Russia. SeeLend-lease operations.
Aiken, George. SeePresidents: U.S. (Election 1940).
Air conditioning. SeeHome economics: Equipment and supplies.
Air corps. SeeU.S.: Army air forces.

See alsoAir raid shelters; Blackouts in war.

Air forces. SeeArmaments; Canada: Army air forces; U.S.: Army air forces.

Air pilots. SeeAirplanes: Piloting; U.S.: Appropriations and expenditures: Defenses: Race question.

Air ports. SeeAirports.

See alsoCivilian defense.

Air raid wardens. SeeCivilian defense.
Air raid warnings. SeeAir defenses; Civilian defense.
Air raids. SeeAir defenses; Air raid shelters; War: Aerial operations; World War, 1939-1945: Aerial operations.
Air routes. SeeAirways.
Aircraft. SeeAirplanes.
Airdromes. SeeAirports.

See alsoAirplanes: Military; Brazil: Appropriations and expenditures; Industry: U.S.

See alsoAeronautics: Study and teaching; Airplane industry and trade; Airplanes: Military; Republican party; Transportation; War: Aerial operations; World War, 1939-1945: Aerial operations.
M ilitary11
See alsoAirplane industry and trade; Industry and state: U.S.; U.S.: Defenses: Army air forces; World War, 1939- 1945: Supplies.
Operation. SeeAirplanes: Piloting.
P iloting12
Pilots. SeeAir pilots.
Airports. SeeInternational cooperation: Great Britrain-France; Public works; U.S.: Appropriations and expenditures.
Airways. SeeAirlines; United Nations.
Alaska. SeeGeography; U.S.: Territorial expansion.


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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Introduction vii
  • Participating Organizations xi
  • Legend xiii
  • Table of Contents xv
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