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11. 2 The Employment Act

In February 1946, the Congress passed the Employment Act. The Act had 3 main aims. First, it was aimed to achieve a better economic policy co-ordination. Second, its aim was to prevent future Depressions. Third, it aimed to gather forces of public and private policy in support of a full and growing economy. The Bill set as its goal ímaximumí employment in the U.S.


 

 

 

 


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Table of Contents

11.0 - Chronology of Major Events in this Period
11.1 - Conditions at Home
11.2 - The Employment Act
11.3 - The Taft-Hartley Labor Management Relations Act
11.4 - The Truman's Civil Rights Program
11.5 - The McCarthy Period
11.6 - The Cold War Abroad
11.7 - The Korean War
11.8 - The Eisenhower Administration
11.9 - The Civil Rights movement and the question of Desegregation
11.10 - The Labor Reform act
11.11 - The Budget
11.12 - The Economy in the 60s
11.13 - The Communist Threat Abroad
11.14 - The Threat of Nuclear War
11.15 - The Exploration of Outer Space
11.16 - The Geneve Conference on Disarmament
11.17 - Our WorldToday






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