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New Deal thought.

Author: Howard Zinn
Publisher: Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill [1966]
Series: American heritage series (New York, N.Y.), 70.
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Zinn, Howard, 1922-2010.
New Deal thought.
Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill [1966]
(OCoLC)564928324
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Howard Zinn
OCLC Number: 475083
Description: xlvii, 431 pages 21 cm.
Contents: pt. 1 Philosophic Setting: Charles A. Beard: The Myth of Rugged American individualism --
Upton Sinclair: Production for use --
Reinhold Niebuhr: After capitalism --
what? --
Stuart Chase: The age of distribution --
John Dewey: The future of liberalism --
Thurman Arnold: A philosophy for politicians ; pt. 2 Expectations: Franklin D. Roosevelt: Every man has a right to life --
Paul H. Douglas: The Roosevelt program and organization of the weak --
Robert M. MacIver: The ambiguity of the New Deal --
Edward A. Filene: Business needs the New Deal --
Henry A. Wallace: We need a declaration of interdependence ; pt. 3 National economic planning: Franklin D. Roosevelt: Bold, persistent experimentation --
Rexford Guy Tugwell: Planning must replace laissez faire --
Gerard Swope: A business approach to economic planning --
Walter Lippmann: Plannning will lead to oligarchy --
David E. Lilienthal: Planning step by step ; pt. 4 Giantism in Business: Ernest Gruening: Controlling the giant corporation --
William O. Douglas: How effective is securities regulation? --
Franklin D. Roosevelt: Stop collectivism in business --
Thurman Arnold: The rule of reason in antitrust action --
Raymond Molely: Roosevelt's refusal to make a choice --
Temporary National Economic Committee: The concentration of economic power ; pt. 5 Public Enterprise: Harry L. Hopkins: The war on distress --
Nathann Straus: End the slums --
Lewis Mumford: The government should support art --
Hallie Flanagan: The drama of the Federal Theater Project --
Max Lerner: A TVA "Yardstick" for the opinion industries --
Alvin Hansen: The need for long-range public investment. (continued) pt. 6 Organizing Labor: The Wagner Act: Unions of their own choosing --
Heywood Broun: Why exclude domestic workers? --
John L. Lewis: Industrial democracy in steel --
Liberals disagree on the sit-down strike: Robert Morss Lovett: A G.M. stockholder visits Flint; Oswald Garrison Villard: A letter F.D.R. ought to write --
Philip Murray: How the NLRB changed "Little Siberia"; pt. 7 The Farmer : Fiorello La Guardia: Urban support for the farmer --
Henry A. Wallace: A defense of the New Deal Farm Program --
William R. Amberson: Damn the whole tenant system --
John Steinbeck: The torment of migrant workers in California ---
Carey McSWilliams: Farm workers and "Dirt Farmers" need power ; pt. 8 Minimum Security: Hugo Black: For a thirty-hour work week --
Stuart Chase: The consumer must be permitted to consume --
Frances Perkins: The principles of social security --
Henry Ellenbogen: The social security act is only a beginning --
Franklin D. Roosevelt: A fair day's pay for a fair day's work --
Samuel Lubell and Walter Everett: The breakdown of relief --
Henry E. Sigerist: Government should also protect "The right to health"; pt. 9 The Negro: Guy B. Johnson: Does the South owe the Negro a New Deal? --
John P. Davis: The New Deal: Slogans for the same raw deal --
Robert C. Weaver: The New Deal is for the Negro --
Walter White: U.S. Department of (white) Justice --
Harold L. Ickes: Not "Special consideration" but a "New social order for all" --
W.E.B. Du Bois: Can Federal action change the South?; pt. 10 The Constitution and Social Progress: Felix Frankfurter: Social issues before the Supreme Court --
Morris R. Cohen: Fallacies about the court --
Franklin D. Roosevelt: The Court needs "new and younger blood" --
The Supreme Court Retreats: Minimum-wage laws are constitutional; pt. 11 Critiques and Perspectives: Francis Perkins: FDR was "A little left of center" --
Benjamin Stolberg and Warren Jay Vinton: The New Deal "Moves in every direction at once" --
Floyd B. Olson: A new party to challenge capitalism --
Norman AThomas: Socialism, not Roosevelt's pale pink pills --
John Maynard Keynes: The maintenance of prosperity is extremely difficult --
John Dewey: The old problems are unsolved --
The New Republic: "Extraordinary accomplishments" and "Failure in the central problem."
Series Title: American heritage series (New York, N.Y.), 70.

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