Capitalists against Markets: The Making of Labor Markets and Welfare States in the United States and Sweden

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INDEX
Åberg, Kaj, 124, ?30, 135
ability to pay principle, 124–25, 133
AB Pumpseparator, 90
absenteeism, 23, 57, 134, 319
AB Separator, 79, 90, 102
active labor market policy, 7, 11, 141, 260, 269, 274–81, 300
ACWA. See Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America
Ådalen, 116, 344 n79
advertising, 33–34, 88, 136, 170–71, 252–53, 280, 300
AFDC. See Aid to Families with Dependent Children
AFL. See American Federation of Labor
Aftonbladet, 283
AGC. See Associated General Contractors
Agrarian Party (later Center Party), Swedish, 110–13, 282, 297–98, 315
agriculture, 5, 110–13, 229–30, 263, 271, 296–97
AIC. See Associated Industries of Cleveland
Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC), 317
airplane industry, 172, 174, 185
Akerlof, George, 38
Åkesson Commission, 285–86, 288–89
Alabama, 200
AlbAge, Lars-Gunnar, 280, 396 n49
Alber, Jens, 6
Alexander, Magnus, 56, 370 n57
Allen, Donna, 184
Altmeyer, Arthur, 230, 232, 234
Amalgamated Association of Iron, Steel, and Tin Workers, 50
Amalgamated Clothing Workers of
America (ACWA), 154–55, 201, 206, 216, 379 n69
Amark, Klas, 113–16, 350 n49, 351 n55
Amenta, Edwin, 324 n11, 382 n12, 384 n37
American Bridge Company, 178, 219
American Federation of Labor (AFL), 23, 51, 63, 154, 160–61, 176, 181–82, 201, 204, 214, 218, 228, 237
American Gear and Manufacturers Association, 210
American Industries, 61
American Labor Party, 217
American Liberty League, 377 n52
American Locomotive Corporation, 186
American Management Association, 57, 68, 180, 212, 217
American Plan Association of Cleveland, 177
American Plan Open Shop Conferences, 178–79

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