FDR and the Modern Presidency: Leadership and Legacy

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Index
African Americans, 51-52, 159. See also underracism and Eleanor Roosevelt
Agar, Herbert, 195
Agricultural Adjustment Administration, 155
Alabama Sun , 215
Alger, Horatio, 152-53
Allswang, John M., 178
Alsop, Joseph, 73
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 219
American Dilemma , 211
American heroes, 152-53
American Labor Party, 129
American Liberty League, 154
American Magazine, 211
American Society, 194
Anderson, Marian, 210-11
Annie! , 63
Appleby, Paul, 45, 52
Aquinas, Thomas, 151, 152
Aristotle, 150-51, 152, 162
Army and Navy Munitions Bureau, 17
Articles of Confederation, 142-43
Aryanism, 211, 212
Associated Press, 195
Association of British Chambers of Commerce, 194
AT&T, 86
Atlantic Charter, 126, 137, 157
Baker, Jacob, 91, 92, 93, 95
Baldwin, Roger, 219
Baldwin, Stanley, 198
Bane, Frank, 91, 93
bank holiday, 109
Barger, Harold M., 169
Barkley, Alben, 176-78
Barone, Michael, 173
Baruch, Bernard, 16-17, 189

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