Running Steel, Running America: Race, Economic Policy and the Decline of Liberalism

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A. Philip Randolph Institute, 90. See also Randolph, A. Philip
Abel, I. W., 144, 171, 226; on back pay, 174; blacks on executive committee and, 142; Burke-Hartke and, 203; as chairman of economic policy committee, 365 (n. 27); Fischer advice on Quarles to, 119-20; retirement of, 376 (n. 67); USWA election of, 92-93; on VRAs, 227; on WREDA, 244
Accelerated Public Works Act of 1962, 27
Accelerated Recovery Capital System (ARCS), 274
Ackley, Gardner, 334 (n. 103), 341 (n. 12)
Adams, E Gerard, 287, 383 (n. 55)
Adams, Oscar, Jr., 105, 158, 166
Ad Hoc Committee on Triple Revolution, 341 (n. 15)
Adjustment assistance. SeeTrade adjust-ment assistance
Advisory Board for Mutual Security, 198
"Affected class," 116, 119, 129-30, 147, 162
Affirmative action: Bethlehem Steel and, 128-29, 139; businessmen and, 124; contemporary critics of, 88; Nixon on, 148-49; Philadelphia plan for, 148-49, 150-52, 154-55; reaction of civil rights organizations to, 355 (n. 8); Supreme Court and, 188-89; USWA on, 186. See alsoQuotas; Regents of the University of California v. Bakke; United Steelworkers v. Weber
The Affluent Society (Galbraith), 10, 38
African Americans. SeeBlacks
Agricultural exports, 374 (n. 31)
Agriculture: economic effect of decline in, 39, 71-72
AK Steel, 292
Alabama: as case study in southern economic development, 40
Alan Wood Steel Company, 235
Albermarle Paper Co v. Moody, 359 (n. 73), 360 (n. 19)
Alexander, Clifford, 118, 149
Allegheny-Ludlum, 297
Alperovitz, Gar, 244-45, 247, 248, 263, 379 (n. 43)
Altman, Roger, 265
Aluminum industry, 186-92, 195
Amalgamated Association of Iron, Steel, and Tin Workers, 15

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