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Carter, John Franklin 1897-1967
On minimum price fixing, for example, he endorsed directives seeking to eliminate it as bad policy but then ruled that codes already containing such a provision were exempt from the directives. On labor policy, he vacillated between support for collective bargaining and support for a labor-management partnership implemented through company unions. Following his departure from the NRA, Johnson wrote his memoirs, served briefly as head of the Works Progress Administration in New York City, and began a new career as a syndicated columnist and radio commentator. These policies, he believed, were misguided departures from the New Deal as originally conceived.
In histories of the New Deal, Johnson is remembered chiefly for his colorful invective, personal peccadilloes, and an administrative performance that helped to discredit the ideas of industrial self-government and business-government partnership.
Seen in longer perspective, his career also reflected the emergence of an American corporatism, which, by consigning social duties to business organizations and helping them to cooperate for public purposes, could allegedly combine the virtues of free enterprise and national planning. From through he participated in both the successes and failures of this project and thus helped to shape what would become a new but unsettled component of U. His memoirs, useful but sometimes misleading, were published under the title The Blue Eagle from Egg to Earth Johnson and the New Deal See in addition the character sketches in Unofficial Observer, pseud.
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