Selected Papers of Homer Cummings, Attorney General of the United States, 1933-1939

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Adams, Abigail, 25.
Adams, John, 25.
Adkins v. Childrens Hospital, 155-156, 157 (.see Minimum Wage Legislation).
Administration, burden and routine of, xxi, xxii, 18, 229-283.
Administrative Assistant to the Attorney General, the, 15.
Administrative Division, 14.
Administrative law, new problems, 11; see Administrative Procedure.
Administrative procedure, 123-124, 127- 128, 195, 200-202.
Agricultural Adjustment Act and Administration, xxiv, 98, 122, 124, 141- 142, 146, 288.
Alcatraz, 19, 29-35, 73.
Algic, SS., 250.
Alien Property Bureau and Custodian, 14 n., 20, 256-257.
Amazon Petroleum Corporation, 123- 124, 127.
Amendments, see Constitutional Amendments.
AmericaMust Not Turn Back, an address, 303.
American Bar Association, 67, 92, 97, 153, 181, 183, 194 n., 200, 225, 282.
American Constitutional Method, The, an address, 131.
American Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology, 92.
American Judicature Society, 92, 283.
American Law Institute, 48, 92, 198.
American Prison Association, 92.
American Way, The, an address, 302- 303.
Amicus curiae, 231.
Amnesty proclamation, 269.
Automobile finance cases, 240-244.
Anniston Mfg. Co. v. Davis, 141.
Annual reports to the Congress, 12, 42 n., 194, 207, 211, 213, 218, 221, 225-226, 255, 257.
Antitrust laws, policy, and Division generally, xvii, xxi, xxii, xxiii-xxiv, xxv, 14, 16, 17, 232-245, 281; automobile finance cases, 240-244; base- point bidding, 238; competitive practices, 238; concentration of wealth, 236; control of supply, 238; criminal prosecutions, 232; effect of N.R.A., 232-234; enforcement, cost and burden of, 237-238; financial control, 238; federal incorporation or licensing, 238; holding companies, 238; identical bids on government purchases, 234, 238; intent, 238; interpretation of statutes, 236-238; mergers, 238; monopolistic practices, 239; origin of complaints, 239; patents, 238; price leadership, 238; problem, 299; revision of laws, xxv, 234-240; rule of reason, 238; statements, 244- 245; statutes, uncertainty, 236-239; taxation, 238.
Appointment clerk, 230; see Personnel.
Argument of Gold Clause cases, 112.
Arkansas forced labor cases, 250.
Arnold, Thurman W., 14 n., 281.
Asbill, Mac, 258.
Ashton v. Cameron County District, 160.
Ashurst, Henry F., 57, 260.
Ashwander v. T.V.A., 141.
Assistant to the Attorney General, The, 17, 259-260, 279.
Assistant Attorneys General, 5, 16. Assistant Solicitor General, 15, 16, 20, 272.
Associated Grocery Manufacturers of America, address before, 235.
Associated Press v. N.L.R.B., 160. Association of American Law Schools, 184.
Association of the Bar of the City of New York, address before, 131.
Association of Juvenile Court Judges of America, address before, 77, 93.
Association of Railway Labor Executives, 129.
Attorneys, see United States attorneys; Department of Justice; Lawyers.

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