The Depression Decade: From New Era Through New Deal, 1929-41: From New Era Through New Deal, 1929-41
Part of a series of detailed reference manuals on American economic history, this volume traces the development and growth of American commerce from the era of the Great Depression until World War II.
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IX PUBLIC WORKS
X TENNESSEE VALLEY AND RECIPROCAL TRADE
XI WAR TO THE RESCUE
XII THE LITERATURE OF THE SUBJECT
VIII LABOR UNDER THE NEW DEAL
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