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This microfiche collection documents the New Deal period in Congress from March 1933 to June 1938. It provides comprehensive coverage of the congressional committee reports, documents, prints, and hearings--along with presidential messages to Congress--that shaped the legislation destined to restructure America_s economy. The collection also includes reports of congressional committee investigations, providing background and historical analyses of the New Deal period. Supreme Court materials and studies by the Brookings Institute and the Bureau of Labor Statistics, inserted in the published committee hearings, add judicial, executive, and private sector perspectives to these legislative materials. The collection covers the development of New Deal policies, the problems they were intended to address, and the views of contemporary policy makers, legislators, and critics.

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