President Franklin Roosevelt during his Annual message to Congress speaks on the failure of the National Recovery Act.
Washington DC USA Date:1937, January 6 Duration:1 min 23 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt delivers his Annual Message to Congress in Washington DC, USA. In his speech he makes the following remarks, 'Failure of the National Recovery Act arose from the fact that it tried to do too much. Same agency should not regulate the length of working hours, minimum wages, child labor and collective bargaining on the one hand and the complicated questions of unfair trade practices and business controls on the other. Closer harmony must be brought between legislative and judicial actions'.
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