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|Material Type:||Government publication, National government publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Arthur J Holmaas; United States. Bureau of Agricultural Economics.
|Description:||140 pages ; 26 cm.|
|Contents:||Chapter 1. Background, origin, and objectives. pp. 3. Chapter 2. How the Stabilization Program operated. pp. 10. Chapter 3. How the Program developed. pp. 19. Chapter 4. How the machinery for administration was organized. pp. 38. Chapter 5. What the Program covered. pp. 51. Chapter 6. The extent to which objectives were achieved. pp. 69. Chapter 7. What the Program cost. pp. 85. Chapter 8. Some Program and administratie problems: Problems of basic program concepts --
Problems of Washington and field organization and relationship --
Conclusion. pp. 91. Chapter 9. Summary conclusions. pp. 113. Appendix: Chronology of changes in regulations and orders applicable to the agricultural wage stabilization program. pp. 116. Appendix: Summary of coverage to the wage ceiling regulations, by supplements. pp. 123. Appendix: Dates USDA wage boards were established, by States. pp. 129. Appendix: Maximum wage rates prescribed for various operations, by supplements. pp. 130. Appendix: Literature cited. pp. 137.
|Series Title:||Agriculture monograph, no. 1.|
|Other Titles:||Agricultural wage stabilization in World War 2
Agricultural wage stabilization in World War two
|Responsibility:||by Arthur J. Holmaas.|