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Conservative Constraints: Limits and Legacies of the New Deal I. Conservative Opposition A. Relief 1. philosophical objections 2. resistance to higher wages and loss of cheap labor 3. fears of federal intervention in race relations B. Recovery 1. subverting the Cotton Textile Board 2. General Textile Strike of 1934 a. management's financial upper hand
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Unformatted text preview: b. management's access to the police power of the state c. Roosevelt's reluctance to intervene II. Assessment A. limited change in the short-term B. the broker state and the federal government's new role as a lever against private and local power United Textile Workers of America...
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