New Deal Labor Policy and the American Industrial Economy

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Index
Amalgamated Association of Iron, Steel and Tin Workers, 160
Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, 42, 100
American Cotton Manufacturers Asso- ciation, 32
American Federation of Full-Fashioned Hosiery Workers, 139
American Federation of Labor, 28, 142, 144, 166; and Norris-LaGuardia Act, 76; and Thirty-Hour Week bill, 83, 192 (n. 43); and Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, 133; and National Labor Relations Act, 149, 151-52
American Liberty League, 150
Amory, Robert, 121
Antitrust laws: and bituminous coal in- dustry, 64-69, 114; liberalization of, 80, 83-84, 86, 89; and NIRA, 95-96, 120, 193 (n. 47)
Appalachian Agreement: and bituminous coal code, 107-10; extension of, 113
Appalachian Coals, Inc., 66; constitu- tionality of, 68, 106. See also Antitrust laws
Automobile Labor Board, 141
Battle, Turner W., 128
Berle, Adolf A., 79-80
Berry, George L., 124
Biddle, Francis, 146
Bituminous Coal Labor Board, 115
Black, Hugo L., 81; and Thirty-Hour Week bill, 83; and NIRA, 96; intro- duces Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, 132; and purchasing power the- sis, 191 (n. 36), 191-92 (n. 39), 207 (n. 19)
Black bill. See Thirty-Hour Week bill
Blankenhorn, Heber, 157
Borah, William E., 96
Boulware, Lemuel, 166-67
Brandeis, Louis D.: and labor relations in garment industry, 41, 99
Bruere, Robert W., 124
Business Advisory and Planning Coun- cil, 91-92, 149-50
Carnegie, Andrew, 170
Carter, James W., 112-13
Central Coals Associates, 106
Chamber of Commerce of the United States, 67, 80, 90-91; and Thirty- Hour Week bill, 83; and National La- bor Relations Act, 149
Child labor: in cotton textile industry, 22; restrictive legislation regarding, 22- 23; and cotton textile code, 121
Ching, Cyrus S., 153
Cloak, Suit and Skirt Manufacturers’ Protective Association: industrial rela- tions policy of, 40-41
Clothing Manufacturers’ Association of the United States, 100-101
Coal Operators Association of Illinois, 62

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  • New Deal Labor Policy and the American Industrial Economy *
  • Contents *
  • Acknowledgments *
  • New Deal Labor Policy and the American Industrial Economy *
  • Introduction 3
  • Part One - Economic Foundations of Industrial Politics Before the New Deal *
  • 1 - Lean Years 15
  • 2 - Protocol of Peace 34
  • 3 - The Miners' Bargain 47
  • Part Two - Labor and the Nira: a Concert of Interests *
  • 4 - Legislative Odyssey 73
  • 5 - Codified Capitalism, I 97
  • 6 - Codified Capitalism, II 119
  • Part Three - Labors "Second" New Deal: a Matter of Equity *
  • 7 - Politics: the Wagner Act 137
  • 8 - Economics: the Stakes of Power 153
  • Conclusion 165
  • Notes 175
  • Bibliography 217
  • Index 237
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