Rexford Tugwell and the New Deal

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Index
Abbreviations of New Deal Alphabetical Agencies, 425
Abt, John, 354
Acheson, Dean, 6
Adams, Henry, The Degradation ofthe Democratic Dogma, 102
Advance Ratio Price Plan, R. G. Tugwell, 176, 181-82, 385
Advertising, R. G. Tugwell, 24, 115, 249; Pure Food and Drug Act, 224, 244
Affluent Society, The, John K. Galbraith, 401
After Seven Years, R. G. Tugwell, 42, 345
Agar, Herbert, 350
Age of Reform, The, Richard Hofstadter, 372
Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA) trade, 52; George E. Peek, 86, 194-95; reactionaries, 115; McNary-Haugen Bill, 172; Domestic Allotment Plan, 183; Democratic Party, 183; R. G. Tugwell, 183 ff., 193 ff.; Communism, 205, 363; national economy, 378; Supreme Court, 386 Agricultural Advisory Committee, Henry Morgenthau, Jr., 86; R. G. Tugwell, 144
Agricultural Marketing Act, 188
Agricultural Reform in the United States, John D. Black, 174
Agriculture, R. G. Tugwell, 5, 9, 23, 39, 46, 87, 107, 146208 ff., 281; Herbert Hoover, 19, 35-36; F. D. Roosevelt, 41,43, 86, 183, 209, 213, 220, 258, 260, 267; "Topeka Address," 46; trade, 53, 180; Thomas Amendment, 62; price controls, 97; relief, 149; national economy, 152; National Recovery Administration, 163; tariff, 170, 175, 182; Domestic Allotment Plan, 170, 178; Advance Ratio Price Plan, 177, 181; Agricultural Adjustment Act, 183; M. L. Wilson, 184; New Deal, 193; controversy in, 199; Conservation, 212, 260, 264; Resettlement Administration, 266, 296; migrant workers, 305; Soviet Union, 360-61; depression, 374
Agriculture, Department of, Henry Wallace, 87 ff.; R. G. Tugwell, 88, 91, 251; inefficiency of, 87 ff.
Alexander, Will W., Resettlement Administration, 265, 269, 277, 294, 303; Rosenwald Fund, 266; press, 292-93; greenbelt towns, 301-02; R. G. Tugwell, 324-25, 331
Alexandria Conference, 380
Allen, Frederick L., 233
Allen, Robert S., R. G. Tugwell, 237, 362
Allen, William R., 408
Allotment Plan. See Domestic-Allotment Plan
Alsop, John, 343
American Economic Association, R. G. Tugwell, 10
American Economic Life and the Means of Its Improvement, R. G. Tugwell, 351
American Federation of Labor, 19

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