Index
Academic freedom, 99
Aldermen, Board of, LaGuardia's presidency, 49-51
Alien registration bill, 95
Almerigotti, Thea: marriage to LaGuardia, 46-47; death, 51
American Civil Liberties Union, 100, 257
American Economic Association, 187
American Federation of Labor, and depression, 180
American Legion, 96
Andrews, Harry, 6, 9
Anti-injunction law, early interest in, 60
Anti-Semitism, charges in 1922 campaign, 64-65
Armament program, 121
Beck, James M., attack on Norris- LaGuardia bill, 229
Bennett, William C., 4
Berger, Victor, 38, 66, 94
Berle, Adolf A., Jr., legislation in lameduck Congress, 254-256
Bonus Army, 205-206
Borah, William E., 39, 59, 70, 83, 90, 113, 119-120, 219
Boulder Dam, 132-134
Broun, Heywood, estimate of LaGuardia as congressman, 245-246
Budget-balancing, 195, 201
Butler, Nicholas Murray, 44, 78, 80, 119, 151, 169, 181
Campaigns for Congress, 5-7, 9-10, 29-33, 62-65, 181-184, 246-249
Caruso, Enrico, 50-51
Celler, Emanuel, 88, 180
Censorship, 51-52, 98
Chafee, Zechariah, comment on Espionage Act, 20
Chicago Tribune, 92, 186
Clapper, Raymond, 213
Clark, Champ, 13
Committee of Forty-eight, 58, 69
Conscription in 1917, 18
Consul at Fiume, LaGuardia as, 3
Coolidge administration: immigration policy, 87; Latin-American policy, 111 - 117; public power policy, 122-130, 134; self-appraisal, 185
Copeland, Royal S., 141
Corsi, Edward, 62
Costa Rica, 45
Costigan, Edward P., 199
Craig, Charles, 49, 99
Cuneo, Ernest, 248
Davis, James J., Secretary of Labor, 86, 95
Debs, Eugene, 159
Democratic party, and 1932 campaign, 246
De Priest, Oscar, 106
Deputy Attorney-General, LaGuardia as, 7
De Valera, Eamon, 109-110
Dickstein, Samuel, 88, 237
East Harlem political organization, 160
Economic conditions in twenties, 53-58

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