After Wilson: The Struggle for the Democratic Party, 1920-1934

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INDEX
Adams, James Truslow, 191
Adamson Act, 142
Agricultural Adjustment Act, 277, 279, 283, 291
Agricultural Advisory Committee, 207
Agriculture. See Farm relief
Ailsworth, Robert, 172
Alderman, Edwin A., 194
Alexander, Joshua, 107
Alger, Horatio, 286
Alien and Sedition Acts, 42
Allen, Frederick Lewis, 8
Allen, William H., 114
American Bar Association, 56
American Civil Liberties Union, 119
American Federation of Labor (AFL), 68, 138, 161, 164. See also Trade unions
American Liberty League, 4, 5, 14, 248, 249, 251, 252, 262, 265, 269, 273, 274-95 passim, 304, 305; and historians, 274-75, 362 (n. 7); created, 281; funding, 284-85; membership, 285; documents discussed, 285, 292- 94; and Republican party, 285-86; continuities with AAPA, 286-94; National lawyers Committee, 290-- 93; publicity effort, 292-94
American Plan, 138
American Revolution, 53, 154, 274
Amidon, Tom, 77
Anderson, Paul, 203
Antiprohibition. See Association Against the Prohibition Amendment
Anti-Saloon League, 54, 150, 264
Antisdale, Louis, 24
Anti-Smith Democrats, 168-69, 178, 186
Antistatism, 10-11
Association Against the Prohibition Amendment (AAPA), 4, 14, 119, 137, 154, 234, 249-73 passim, 276, 286, 287, 292, 294, 305; and historians, 249-52, 357 (n. 32); and FACA, 271-72; and taxation, 356 (n. 9)
Associative state, 5, 128
Augusta Chronicle, 220
Ayres, William, 88
Bailey, Josiah, 196, 283
Baker, Newton D., 28, 31, 56, 61, 106, 107, 261, 168, 218, 234, 236, 241, 243, 245, 246, 250-51; candidacy for 1928 nomination, 99-100; biography, 232; philosophy, 232-33; candidacy for 1932 nomination, 232-34; and League of Nations ( 1932), 233- 34; and New Deal, 283-84; and World War I, 357 (n. 24)
Barkley, Alben, 217
Barnes, Julius, 146-47, 277; and McNary-Haugen scheme, 335 (n. 85)
Barnett, Albert E., 98
Barton, Bruce, 264
Barton, R. M., 46
Baruch, Bernard, 36, 44, 47-48 , 142, 143, 201, 245; attitude toward George White, 78
Baxter, Norman W., 239
Beck, James M., 268, 290
Bendix, Reinhard, 9
Bilbo, Theodore, 169
Bill of Rights. See Constitution, U.S.
Bituminous Coal Board, 291
Bituminous Coal Code, 291
Bituminous Coal Conservation Act, 291

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