Depression Decade: From New Era through New Deal, 1929-1941

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Index
Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1933, how framed, 186-187

loans under, 192-195

marketing agreements, 195-197

purposes and program, 187-189

Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, 206-207
Agricultural Adjustment Administration, and avoided disabilities of NRA, 237-238

and consumers, 201-202

crop restriction the early purpose, 197-199

discriminated against classes of tenants, 200-201

limited success of, 208

tried to use democratic methods, 191-192

Agricultural migrants, 212-213, 221
Agriculture, advancing technology in, 217 ff.

causes of depression in, 181-183

"domestic allotments," 184, 186

only remotely under OPA, 388

overproduction in, 65-67

repeated schemes for relief, 183-184

summary for the period, 226-227

technological improvement, 182

American Federation of Labor, and automobile workers, 296-297

and efforts at labor unity, 303-304

loss of membership in "New Economic Era," 268-269

reluctant to organize industrial unions, 290-292

and unemployment compensation, 306

American Labor Party, 302
Arnold, Thurman, 199

on TNEC, 361

Atlantic Charter, 127, 402
Autarchy, in Germany, 19
Automobile Labor Board, 276
Bank crisis, spring of 1933, cleanup after, 167-168

decision of New Deal to bolster private bankers, 132-133

and Hoover's appeal to Roosevelt, 129-130

Moley said nearly destroyed capitalism, 135-136

and Roosevelt's inaugural, 132

whether affected by publicity for RFC loans, 78

Bank failures, 127-129
Bank "holidays," 129-131, 133
Banking Act of 1933, bank holding companies regulated, branch banking allowed, deposits insured, open market committee reformed, 165-166

disallowed loans for others, 160-161, 164

owed much to Pecora investigation, 155

Banking Act of 1935, 168-170
Baruch, Bernard M., 372-373
Benefit payments to farmers, 187-188, 197, 200, 201, 203
Billikopf, Jacob, 86, 101-102
Black-Connery thirty-hour bill, 234
"Bonus Army," 108-110, 271
"Brains trust," 123-124
Branch banking, 165
Chain stores, 261-265
Chicago, financial plight, 105-107
Child labor, regulated by PRA and codes, 286
Civil Works Administration, 306

purpose and program, 316

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