Americans View Their Dust Bowl Experience

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INDEX
AAA. See Agricultural Adjust- ment Act
Adams County FHA, resolution by, 209
Agrarian activism, 141, 325
Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAA), 19, 91, 177, 190, 254, 309, 369; corn loan program of, 192; Plow and, 317; Supreme Court decision on, 104—5; wheat crop and, 88
Agricultural capitalism, 355, 358, 362, 365n17
AHA. See American Historical Association
Albion News, The,129
Allen, Tom: moratorium law and, 188
Allen, W. Murray: Hagen and, 209
Allotment plan, 56, 190, 346n38
AMA See American Medical Association
Amarillo Globe-News,162
American Historical Association (AHA), ix, 316
American Legionnaires, 269; vigilante tactics of, 333
American Medical Association (AMA), Baker and, 28—29
American Telephone and Telegraph Company, 29
Amlie, Thomas R., 70
Anaconda Copper Mining Com- pany, criticism of 289—90
Annals of Iowa, ix, 148n1
Antelope County Holiday Associa- tion, Clasey farm and, 51
Anti-Communist sentiment, 339
Antisemitism, 334—37, 346n34
“Anybody Want to Bid?” (Farm Holiday News), 335
Apocalypse, dust storms and, 163, 164
Apostolic Faith Church, 157
Armstrong, William: sod-buster bill and, 363
Aronson, Ole, 214
Assemblies of God, 157
Associated Press, on dust storms, 83, 311
Auctions. See Penny auctions
Ayres, Homer, 275, 345n30
Ayres, Tom, 331
Babcock, Dana: prosecution by, 273
BAE. See Bureau of Agricultural Economics
Bailyn, Bernard, 369
Baker, Norman, 5; Cow War and, 28—29, 30, 33
Baker, William, 168

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