Financial History of the United States: Fiscal, Monetary, Banking, and Tariff, Including Financial Administration and State and Local Finance

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INDEX
Page references to basic tables on receipts and expenditures, debt operations, debt structure, and banking operations are given in boldface type.A
"Abominations, Tariff of," 97-98
Accounting, constitutional provisions for, 40-41
organization of, during Revolutionary period, 26
under Act of 1789, 47-48
under Hamilton, 63-64
under Gallatin, 71-72
Dockery Act of 1894, 224-225
Budget and Accounting Act of 1921, 321-326
as recommended, in 1930's, 430-431
by Hoover Commission, 486-488
Accounting Office, General, 276, 430, 488
Ad valorem duties, 21, 22, 49, 122, 149, 271, 273
Adams, John, 35
Adams, J. Q., 82, 96
Adams, Thomas, 362
Adjusted Compensation Act, 306
Administration, national, corruption in, 198-199, 306
establishment of, 33
reorganization of, 201, 209-210, 224- 225, 242, 359-364, 429-431, 486-488
(See also Customs administration; Financial administration; Tariff administration; Treasury administration)
Agrarianism, 2, 65, 82, 97, 119, 161, 176
in relation to, banking, 119, 255-257
currency, 161, 183
Federal powers, 118, 126, 127, 160, 161
income tax, 212, 222
internal improvements, 67
restraint of monopolies, 199
silver, 188, 191, 220
tariff, 127, 169
(See also Bryan, William Jennings; Greenbacks; Jefferson, Thomas; Populist party; Quantity theory of money; Silver; Tariff)
Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAA) of 1933, 382, 386, 418, 419
Agricultural credit, Agricultural Credit Corporation, 373
Agricultural Intermediate Credit Act of 1923, 338
Commodity Credit Corporation, 464
Agricultural credit, Farm Credit Administration, 430
Federal Farm Loan Act of 1916, 262
Federal Reserve System, 260, 262, 328
seasonal demands for, 179
Agricultural education and experimentation, 265, 308
Agricultural Marketing Act of 1929, 338
Agricultural prices, 176, 217, 240, 300, 338
parity, 418-420, 464
(See also Prices)
Agriculture, Department of, 265, 266, 418
development of, 137, 157, 176, 191, 195, 301
Federal aid to, 265, 298, 338, 418-419, 464
Resettlement Administration, 418
tariff for, 213, 342, 374
Alabama, 102
Alaska Railroad, 322, 323
Aldrich, Senator, on income tax, 272
Aldrich, Winthrop, 364
Aldrich banking bill, 256
Aldrich monetary report, 255
Aldrich Tariff, 270-272
Aldrich-Vreeland Act of 1908, 254, 282
Allied loans, 298-299, 319, 339-341, 360, 402
Allison, Senator, 188-190, 202, 216-217
Alvord, E. C., 362, 447
American Bankers' Association, 254, 257, 258
American Relief Administration, 339
"American System, The," 90, 354
Anderson, B. M., 385
Anglo-French loan of 1915, 284
"Anti-Deficiency Act" ( 1905), 275
Appropriations, colonial, 18-19
committees on, 210, 468, 486
constitutional provisions for, 39
forms of, 48, 71-72, 210, 276, 324, 486- 487
lump-sum, 48, 71
(See also Budget)
Arkansas, 118, 121, 181
Arthur, President, 161, 165-166, 169
Articles of Confederation, 25, 36-37
Assumption of state debts, 52-53, 56, 118
Astor, John Jacob, 78, 84
Auction sales, taxes on, 4, 50, 57, 76, 149
Auditing (see Accounting)
Austria, 375
Ayers, Leonard P., 356

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