Debt, Crisis, and Recovery: The 1930s and the 1990s

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INDEX TO PART II
ACKERMAN, FREDERICK L., comments on findings, 248 n, 255 n
Adjusted Service Certificate Fund, see U.S. public debt, trust funds
Agricultural Marketing Act Revolving Fund, 116, 151-2
Alger, George W., report of the Moreland Commissioner, 99 n, 102 ff., 105 n, 277
American Telephone and Telegraph Company, debt position, 342
Amortization: bonds, 182-3, 261-2; mortgages, 75-7, 144, 155-6, 168, 168 n, 261-2; policy of federal agencies, 76-7, 155-6, 262; termination of moratoriums, condition for, 263-4
Annals of the American Academy of Political Science, symposium on consumer credit, 278
Appraisals, seeReal estate
BANK DEPOSITS, adjusted, 38 n, 284, 288, 290
Banking holiday, 4, 16, 41, 58-61, 86, 92, 92 n, 249-50, 292
Bankruptcies, 327, 328, 331
Bankruptcy Act: amendments, 1933- 38, 18, 132-3, 141-3, 216-7, 226- 7, 252, 264-6; business men, 132- 3, 328; corporations, general, 216- 7, 252, 265-6; farmers, 141-3, 331; individuals not in business, 132-3, 327; municipal bankruptcies, 226-8, 252; railways, 198-9; real estate bonds, 133; see also Moratorium laws
Bonds: corporate, 245, 249, 319, 333, 335, 343, amount outstanding--3, 176, 186, 187, defaults-36, 179- 80, 183, 249, maturities-182-4; federal government, seeU.S. public debt; financial corporations, 212, 333, 347; industrial corporations, 208-9, 333, 344; miscellaneous corporations, 210-1, 333, 346; public utilities, 333, 340, 341, 342; railways (steam), amount outstanding--176, 190, 333, 337, 339, defaults--194-7, interest charges--180-1, 192, 194, ownership--195-7; real estate and service corporations, 212, 348; state and local governments, amount outstanding--218, 220, 221-2, 230, 352, 353, defaults--224-8, ownership--35, 123, 287; trading corporations, 209, 345
Brokers, 20, 23, 111, 129-30
Building and loan associations: assets, total, 5, 20, 74, 78, 80, 81, 298, 300, 303; borrowings, 75, 79- 81, 298, 300, 301, 303; cash assets, 74, 298, 303; deposits, 75, 78, 298, 303; failures, 75, 78, 79, 301; government assistance, 79-84, 302; investments, 74, 298, 303; membership, 5, 77, 300; mortgages, amount held--20, 74, 80, 160, 161-2, 161 n, 298, 301, 332, composition of holdings--74, defaults --78, 82, 166-8, 166 n, 174 n, foreclosures--163, 164, refinancing --81-2, 81 n, 170-1, repayment plans--75-7; real estate, 74, 80, 163, 164, 298, 300, 303; shares, amount outstanding--3-4, 20, 80, 298, 300, 303, 323, government purchases of--83-4, 298, 300, pledged--76, 76 n, 78, 80, 81, 298, 323, withdrawals-75, 78, 81-2, 163
Business activity as affecting debts, 6. 30-1, 39, 40, 49-51, 57, 184, 191- 4, 220
CLARK, EVANS, Financing the Consumer, 278; Internal Dehts of the United States, vii, xi, 275-6
Commercial banks: borrowings, 45-6,

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  • Columbia University Seminar Series ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Introduction xiii
  • Part I Debt, Crisis, and Recovery Revisited 1
  • Chapter 1 Debts and Fluctuation 3
  • Chapter 2 the End of an Era: 1930s and 1990s 17
  • Chapter 3: A Framework for Reform 29
  • Appendix to Part I Regaining Control Over an Open-Ended Money Supply 45
  • Part II Debts and Recovery, 1929 to 1937 *
  • A Twentieth Century Fund Investigation iii
  • Committee on Debt Adjustment of the Twentieth Century Fund iv
  • Title Page v
  • Foreword vii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Contents xv
  • Tables xxii
  • Figures xxvi
  • The Factual Findings 3
  • The Program 245
  • Appendix to Part II 273
  • Index to Part I 361
  • Index to Part II 365
  • About the Authors 371
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