Dividing Citizens: Gender and Federalism in New Deal Public Policy

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Abbott, Edith, 56, 128, 168
Abbott, Grace, 70, 80, 128-33, 137-40, 168
Abramovitz, Mimi, 83n122, 103n58
Adair v. U.S., 31
Adkins v. Children's Hospital, 35-36, 181
Administrative state, 3, 23
Advisory Committee on Public Employment and Relief, 132
Advisory Council on Social Security, 98-101
Advisory Council to Committee on Economic Security, 70, 120, 124-25
African Americans, 20, 43, 225; coverage in social policies for non-elderly, 134, 138 169-72; coverage under FLSA, 186, 204; coverage under social policies for elderly, 65, 73, 89, 93, 96, 112, 117
Agricultural workers, 20; excluded from FLSA, 186, 204, 209; in relation to Social Security Act, 65, 72-73, 96, 98, 104, 136, 146
Aid to Dependent Children (ADC), 5, 24-25, 53, 119; administrative arrangements for, 137-38, 163-64; changes in after the New Deal, 220, 224-27; compared to UI, 142, 159, 162, 166; in Congress, 137-41; coverage under, 132, 137 139-40, 159-62; creation of by Children's Bureau officials, 128-33; degree of national versus state authority in program design, 129-32; financing and benefits, 138-39, 159-60, 173, 174; implementation of, 159-66, 168-75; in Social Security Act 1939 Amendments, 166-68; standards for, 132-33, 138-39. See also "Suitable home rules"
Aid to Families with Dependent Children, (AFDC), 5n11, 26, 224-25
Altmeyer, Arthur: as Chairman of SSB, 86, 95, 98, 104, 109-10, 148, 162; in creation of Social Security Act, 20, 57-58, 60, 129
Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (ACWA), 49, 178, 190, 194, 209
Amenta, Edwin, 13n41, 120n4, 144n4, 215n6
American Association for Labor Legislation, 32, 121
American Association for Old Age Security (American Association for Social Security), 102, 122, 145
American Association of Social Workers, 55
American Federation of Labor (AFL), 32, 47, 121, 133, 147-48, 189-95
American Public Welfare Association, 69, 80, 87, 132
Andersen, Kristi, 44
Anderson, Mary, 81-83, 104, 143, 150, 157
Andrews, John, 121-22
Armstrong, Barbara Nachtrieb, 17, 63-69, 123, 125
Asian Americans, 65, 73, 186
Australia, 29
Austria, 29
Baer, Judith, 207
Bane, Frank, 69
Barber, Benjamin, 7

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