CFM 2

Charles F. Roos, NRA Economic Planning, Principia Press, 1937 [22,733 kb] [Table of Contents]


Abstract: 

Preliminary Pages [i-xxiii]
Chapter
1 The Evolution of the NRA Idea [1]
2 The Creation of the NRA [36]
3 Personnel and Administration [55]
4 The Evolution of General Policy [83]
5 Hours of Work [101]
6 The Compulsory Shorter Work Week [122]
7 Wage Changes and Distributions [154]
8 Collective Bargaining [195]
9 Cost and Cost Formulas of Codes [234]
10 Open Prices and Terms of Sale [277]
11 Some Price Experiments of the NRA 305]
12 Fair Trade Practices and Monopoly [343]
13 Problems of the Small Business Man [374]
14 Planning for Increased Purchasing Power [417]
15 Further Evaluations [446]
Appendixes
1 The President’s Industrial Recovery Bill and the National Industrial Act [477]
2 The Cotton Textile Code [512]
3 Pre-NRA Memoranda of Alexander Sachs Regarding the National Industrial
4 List of Approved Codes as of April 5, 1935 [537]
5 Typical Code Provisions for Adjusting Wages above Minimum [557]
6 Supplementary Notes on the Determination of Lowest Reasonable Cost [559]
7 Summary Taken from the Mitchell-Whiteside Report on the Price Hearing in January, 1934 [561]
8 Unanimous Decision of the Supreme Court Invalidating the NIRA [563]
Indexes: Index of Names, General Index [583]