Investigates the intellectual and political roots of the National Resources Planning Board (NRPB). This work follows New Deal planning from the first use of social sciences in rational management in the 1890s, to the 1920s reform efforts, the creation of the NRPB in 1933, and its abolition in 1943.
Patrick D. Reagan
University of Massachusetts Press
Date of Publication
The Political Development of the American Nation: Studies in Politics & History