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POL 149: TOPIC 3/ LECTURE 2 (OUTLINE #6) : ORIGINS OF THE ASSOCIATIONAL STATE: Economic Mobilization for World War I, and the War Industries Board I. World War I as a learning experience A. Exposes generation of political leaders to a distinctive model of state/economy relations. B. Shape political thinking about business regulation throughout the 1920s and into the New Deal. C. Distinctive for two reasons: 1. Pro-active state intervention in the economy a. Positive, though limited, government role in organizing the economy and managing economic performance. 1) Contrast with market regime regulation 2. Makes clear the benefits of government-sponsored, industry-wide business organization a. Partnership between business and government in managing the economy and promoting industrial stability. 1) Regulation American style a) State guidance with maximum private sector autonomy. (1) The Associational State D. In context of war, Associationalism suited both government and business 1.
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