National Industrial Recovery Act and kindred legislation

a pamphlet of information and comment prepared for the guidance of teachers in the junior and senior high schools.

Publisher: Los Angeles City School District, Division of Curriculum, Secondary Course of Study Section in [Los Angeles]

Written in English
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  • Industrial laws and legislation -- United States.,
  • Banking law -- United States.

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Bibliography: p. 16.

SeriesSchool publication / Los Angeles City School District ;, no. 240, School publication (Los Angeles City School District) ;, no. 240.
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LC ClassificationsKF1600.Z9 N38 1933
The Physical Object
Pagination16 p. ;
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3835425M
LC Control Number81149368

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