The National Industrial Recovery Act

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"National Industrial Recovery Act." Gale Encyclopedia of U.S. Economic History. Ed. Thomas Carson and Mary Bonk. Detroit: Gale, 1999. Student Resources in Context. Web. 16 Mar. 2016. Gale Encyclopedia of U.S Economic History over the past 17 years has been covering the story of the National Industrial Recovery Act. The Book National Industrial Recovery Act talks about President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s initial New Deal Programs, National Industrial Recovery Act was the centerpiece of his programs. Roosevelt’s programs were about reversing the economic collapse of the Great Depression in 1933 to 1945. The Presidents first hundred days in office was when the National Industrial Recovery Act was designed for promoting competition, reducing…show more content…
The story of the Industrial Policy the last seventy-seven years does not cover a lot of details, the story does cover the efforts the first New Deal. The efforts responded to the corporate bankruptcies and unemployment that came in form of a bill, an omnibus legislative bill. In June 1933, The National Industrial Recovery Act was passed. The legislative bill was a complex bill, the act of the National Industrial Recovery was created to stop the crippling deflation that was ruining the industries of America. The Industrial policy addresses itself to America and the government. This story does not quit relate to anything else such as the book National Recovery Administration. Lawson, Alan. "National Recovery Administration." Dictionary of American History. Ed. Stanley I. Kutler. 3rd ed. Vol. 5. New York: Charles Scribner 's Sons, 2003. 554-555. Student Resources in Context. Web. 17 Mar. 2016. In the book National Recovery Admiration by Alan Lawson, who has written the book 13 years ago has covered the effort of the act. The act was an effort to enact federal planning of the economy during peacetime. During the Progressive Era, it was the culmination of interest in planning. In World War I during Franklin Roosevelt’s government, he developed an interest in planning. In his 1932 campaign, he was quick to endorse the recovery plan to set up trade associations under the direction of the Federal Trade Commission. After Roosevelt took office he summoned Swope to Albany for a
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