The National Recovery Administration: An Analysis and Appraisal

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INDEX
ABC of the NRA, 7, 47n, 58n, 96n
Accounting systems,
as defined by Office Memorandum 228, 679
See also Cost protection by codes
Administration members,
compensation of, 275
functions of, 274
theory of, 272
Administrative law,
characteristics of, 32
development of, 31-37
extent of, 32
Administrative method,
character of, 47, 289
choice of, 39, 40n, 46, 50
development of, 47-77
trial and error, 292-95
Administrative officer, functions of, 72
Administrative orders, number of, 29
Administrative organization,
assignment of codes to divisions, App. D
character of, 38, 43, 45
chart of, 49, 55, 69, 73
development of, 47-77
efficiency of, 67
establishment of, 41, 45
executive control over, 38
provisions of act, 37
reorganization, 67-77
See also Code authorities; Industry divisions
Administrative reform, suggestions for, 295-99
Administrator for Industrial Re-
covery, 48, 737, 830
appointment of, 41
powers of, 42, 44, 116, 163
See also Purchasing power, theory
Advertising allowances,
as illustration of indirect pricing, 700-04
examples of, 702
NRA policy on, 702
policy recommendation on, 730
provisions in codes, 701
Advisory boards,
creation of, 43, 83
See also Consumers' Advisory Board; Industrial Advisory Board; Labor Advisory Board
Advisory Council,
creation of, 66
functions of, 67, 76
Agencies for code administration,
provision in codes for, 163-66
types of organization, 169-95
See also Code authorities
Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA), 31, 712, 713
Amalgamated Clothing Workers, relation to A. F. of L., 493
American Federation of Labor, 429
campaign for membership, 497- 504
changes effected by NRA, 519- 23
convention proceedings, 495n, 498n, 499n, 514, 518
dual unions, relation to, 506- 09
executive council of, 515, 517
expenditures of, 498
horizontal unions, position on, 509-19
membership in, 492, 494
recent influence of, 523

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