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22 January, 23:40

The National Industrial Recovery Act: a. was never passed. b. established codes that set standards for production, prices, and wages in several industries. c. was an economic policy later adopted successfully in Hitler's Germany. d. encouraged "cutthroat" competition between businesses. e. established codes that continued the open-shop policies of the 1920s.

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  1. 23 January, 00:58
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    The National Industrial Recovery Act (1933)

    established codes that set standards for production, prices, and wages in several industries with the purpose of stimulate economic recovery.
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