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by Ellis Wayne Hawley

Category: Economics
Subcategory: Business and Work
Author: Ellis Wayne Hawley
ISBN: 0691045283
ISBN13: 978-0691045283
Language: English
Publisher: Princeton University Press; First Edition edition (January 21, 1966)
Pages: 544
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Amid widespread poverty there was increasing concentration of economic power and loss of individual initiative. Professor Hawley traces the pattern of this conflict.

Published by: Princeton University Press. Series: Princeton Legacy Library. Part IV New Deal Policy and the Recession Of 1937. 21. The Monopoly Inquiry and the Spending Program. 22. thurman arnold and the revival of antitrust prosecution.

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Series: Princeton Legacy Library. Published by: Princeton University Press. As the economist Paul Homan surveyed New Deal policy in 1936, he concluded that the dominant theme was a type of partial planning or cartelization.

by Ellis Wayne Hawley. Publisher:Princeton University Press. Amid widespread poverty there was increasing concentration of economic power and loss of individual initiative.

The New Deal and the Problem of Monopoly: A Study in Economic Ambivalence. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1966. The Pennsylvania State University.

Results from Google Books. Library descriptions. A re-issue of this classic study of President Roosevelt's adminstrative policy toward monopoly during the period of the New Deal, updated with a new introduction by the author.

Attention is given to the administrators of the New Deal and to the beliefs, pressures, and symbols that affected their policy decisions.

How and why these ideas and pressures produced policies that were economically inconsistent yet politically workable is also explained. Originally published in 1966.

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During the New Deal and since, both liberals and conservatives have cited the Roosevelt administration's policy .

During the New Deal and since, both liberals and conservatives have cited the Roosevelt administration's policy toward monopoly as an example of illogical consistency. Great book describing how contradictory and aimless the New Deal's policy towards monopoly (very broadly defined) was. Lots of info on the NRA, Thurman Arnold, and various industry battles fighting for government favoritism.

The massive depression of the 1930's detonated the crisis between harsh reality and the vision of material abundance and economic security created by the American industrial order. Amid widespread poverty there was increasing concentration of economic power and loss of individual initiative. Professor Hawley traces the pattern of this conflict. He analyzes the National Recovery Administration, the sources and nature of the antitrust ideology, the rise of Keynesianism, the confusion within the Roosevelt Administration during the recession of 1937-38, and the government career of Thurman Arnold. Attention is given to the administrators of the New Deal and to the beliefs, pressures, and symbols that affected their policy decisions. How and why these ideas and pressures produced policies that were economically inconsistent yet politically workable is also explained.

Originally published in 1966.

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