The New Deal to the Carter Administration - Vol. 3

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Contents
TABLES ix
PREFACE AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xi
1 INTRODUCTION 1
2 THE NEW DEAL 13
FDR's Socio-economic Status and Elite Support 20
Major Administrative and Diplomatic Appointments 25
Important Policy Actions 35
Supreme Court Appointments and Actions 45
3 THE WORLD WAR II AND TRUMAN YEARS FDR's Major Administrative and Diplomatic Officials: 69
1940-1945 74
Truman's Major Cabinet and Diplomatic Officials 80
Important Policy Actions of the Truman Administration 91
Supreme Court Appointments 106
4 THE EISENHOWER ADMINISTRATION 123
Major Administrative and Diplomatic Appointments 127
Important Policy Actions 146
Supreme Court Appointments and Actions 152
5 THE KENNEDY-JOHNSON YEARS 169
JFK's Major Administrative and Diplomatic Appointments 175
Important Policy Actions of the Kennedy Administration 188
Johnson and His Informal Inner Circle 192
Top Officials of the Johnson Administration 197
Important Policy Actions of the Johnson Administration 204
Supreme Court Appointments and Actions 210
6 THE NIXON-FORD REGIME 231
Nixon's Election and Informal Inner Circle 235
Nixon's Major Administrative and Diplomatic Appointments 240
Important Policy Actions of the Nixon Administration 258
Top Officials of the Ford Administration 273
Major Issues and Actions of the Ford Administration 278
Supreme Court Appointments and Actions 280

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Elites in American History - The New Deal to the Carter Administration *
  • Contents vii
  • Tables ix
  • Preface and Acknowledgments xi
  • Chapter 1 - Introduction 1
  • Chapter 2 - The New Deal 13
  • Chapter 3 - The World War II and Truman Years 69
  • Chapter 4 - The Eisenhower Administration 123
  • Chapter 5 - The Kennedy-Johnson Years 169
  • Chapter 6 - The Nixon-Ford Regime 231
  • Chapter 7 - The Carter Administration 307
  • Chapter 8 - Conclusion 359
  • Appendix A 399
  • Appendix B 519
  • Index 535
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