The biographies cover President Herbert Hoover, New Deal administrator Harry Hopkins, director of the National Recovery Administration Hugh S.
What does NRA stand for?
NRA stands for National Recovery Administration
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His wealth tax, regulation of prices and wages through the National Recovery Administration, and promotion of unionism through the Wagner Act made much of the business community fearful of him and thus reluctant to invest in what they thought was a hostile economic climate.
In addition to creating the Works Progress Administration, the NIRA authorized the National Recovery Administration (NRA), which organized cartels, fixed wages and prices, and, under section 7(a), established the practice of collective bargaining, whereby a union selected by a majority of employees exclusively represented all employees.
The National Recovery Administration (NRA) sought to cure the dire situation by mandating an increase in prices and wages.
The following month, Congress enacted the National Industrial Recovery Act (NIRA), setting up the National Recovery Administration (NRA).
It enthusiastically implemented codes of competition initiated by the National Recovery Administration, before vigorous unionizing efforts by its members' workers drove the MMA back to more belligerent activities and sent Quakers like Leeds and academics like Willits off to government service.