o Index
AAA. See Agricultural Adjustment
Administration
Adult Basic Education, 189
Advanced Technology Development Center,
170, 171
Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental
Relations, 158
AFL. See American Federation of Labor
Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1933, 16
Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1949, 153
Agricultural Adjustment Administration:
and blacks, 46-47, 61, 201-2; and farm
prices, 16-17; and labor supply, 56, 82;
and local control, 16, 44; and tenants,
17-20
Agricultural Extension Service, 13
Agriculture: and blacks, 3-5, 13, 96;
decline in South, 102-3, 153, 156; and
farm income, 15-16; and farm labor, 3-
5, 102-3; and mechanization, 5, 20, 103;
tenants and sharecroppers, 4-5; and
World War II, 95-96, 102. See also
Agricultural Adjustment Administration
Aid
to
the Blind, Aged, and Disabled, 199
Aid to Families with Dependent Children,
189,199,201
Air Force Proving Ground Center, 170
Airport Act of 1946, 117
Airport Program, 117
Alabama: and apportionment, 121; and
cotton, 134; and defense spending, 140,
151; and desegregation, 213; and Great
Seal, III; and NRA, 30; and organized
labor, 79-80, 162; as part of south, x;
and public relief, 32
Alabama Research Council, 134
Alcoa. See Aluminum Company of America
Alexander, Dr. Will, 14,91
Allis-Chalmers, 108
Altus, Okla., 17
Aluminum Company of America, 78, 79,
104
American Federation of Labor, 55, 74, 78,
80
American Mining Congress, 59
Andrews, Elmer F., 66, 69, 71-72
Apollo Program, 141, 149
A ppalachian Regional Commission: and
growth strategy, 186-87; and highways,
187; and Office of Economic
Opportunity, 188; southern reaction to,
136, 186
Appalachian Regional Development Act of
1965,186-87
ARC. See Appalachian Regional
Commission
Area Redevelopment Act of 1961,184,185
Area Redevelopment Administration, 185
Arkansas: and education, 201; and
industrial growth, 104; and organized
labor, 79; as part of South, x; and public
relief, 32; and Work Experience and
Training Program, 200
Armed Services Procurement Act of 1947,
143
Armstrong Rubber, 91
Arnall, Ellis: conflict with Eugene
Talmadge, 130; on federal funding, 113,
114; on poverty, 129-30; on southern
industrialization, 109
Arnold Engineering Development Center,
170
Arrington, Richard, 217
Arthur, H. M., 67
Ashmore, Harry S., 208
Askew, Reuhin, 151,217
Associated Industries of Oklahoma, 74
Atianta, Ga.: and civil rights, 208, 212-13;
and Community Action program, 190;
and Fair Employment Practices
Committee, 83; and highways, 187; and
manufacturing, 107; and urban
redevelopment, 200
Atlanta Constitution, 52
Atlanta Journal and Constitution, 192, 197
Atlanta Regional War Labor Board, 75
Atomic Energy Commission, 109; Complex,
170
Atwood, Ala., 58
Augusta, Ga., 208
Avco, 146
Baily, Josiah, 44, 52,122
Ball, Joseph, 86
Bankhead, William B., 14
Barkley, Alben, viii, 46
Barnesville, Ga., 53
Bases, military, 95-96, 137-38, 149-50
Bay SI. Louis, Miss., 140, 149
Be:htel-McCone, 97
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