Labor Market Politics and the Great War: The Department of Labor, the States, and the First U.S. Employment Service, 1907-1933

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Index
AALL. See American Association for Labor Legislation
AAPEO. See American Association of Public Employment Offices
Adjusting Immigrant and Industry (Leiserson), 162
Advisory Council (to War Labor administrator), 30-31, 176n.44
Agricultural labor, 121, 123-27
Alpine, John R., 164
American Association for Labor Legislation (AALL), 4, 163. See also Andrews, John B.
American Association of Public Employment Offices (AAPEO), xvii, 11 -- 14, 24-26, 28-29, 32-34, 37-39, 165, 177n.44
American Brake Shoe and Foundry Company, 113
American Federation of Labor (AFL), 102, 164
American Federationist, editorial, 102
Andrews, John B., 30, 31, 139, 155, 163
Ashton, W. G., 25
Barnes, Charles B., 25, 28, 161, 162, 177n.44
Bass, Robert, 71
Blackman, William, 58
Boys' Working Reserve, 37-39
Bridgeport (Conn.) incident, 119
Bryant, Louis T., 144
Bureaus for Returning Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, and War Workers, 134
Carnegie Corporation, 162
Central recruiting program, 75-76, 80, 82-83, 192n.48
Centralized labor market experiment. See Seattle
Chamber of Commerce, 102, 143
Chicago employment office, 122
Chicago survey of accommodation, 125
Chiquoine, Alexander D., Jr., 90
Clayton, Charles, 29, 30, 45
Committee on Labor, CND, 25-27
Community labor boards, 81, 93-95, 194n.18
Conference on USES ( 1919), 139-41
Conference on Unemployment ( 1921), 154-55
Congress: finances for USES, 40, 135-38, 164; hearings on USES, 141, 143-45; legislative attempts to establish USES, 16-18, 143-46, 163; postwar scrutiny of USES, 154; Sundry Civil Bill, 145
Connecticut, 107-13: Waterbury Plan, 114-16, Connecticut USES, 108, 111 -- 16, 118 -- 20, 198n.16. See also Korper, Leo A. Connecticut Brass and Manufacturing Company, 116
Construction sites, living conditions at, 96
Corbaley, Gordon, 56
Corporatism, xvi, 191n.41
Croxton, Fred C. (Frederick Cleveland), xvi, 21- 25, 80, 81, 99, 122, 140, 162, 166, 177n.44, 188n.17; and reorganization of USES, 75-81
Densmore, John B., 45-46, 78, 80, 128, 139, 140, 144
Department of Labor, xviii, 8-10, 14-16, 39-40, 42-44, 51, 53, 96, 146-47, 169n.17; congressional attitude toward, 6, 40, 42-43, 133-40; cooperative agreements with government agencies, 9, 34-37, 40, 69, 72, 93, 101-3, 151, 183n.12; cooperative agreements

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