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Lead-pencil industry, United States: Effect of Japanese cartel on...

583
Leaf tobacco, unmanufactured: Concessions obtained by United States on.

242
League of Nations...

431
Leather and its manufactures: Labor preliminary to export of, in certain
years.--

299
Leather and leather products: Concessions obtained by United States on.. 242
Leather Trades' Review, London, England: Statement in, March 17, 1943,

on post-war trade cooperation between United States and Great Britain. 821–823
Legislative approval of trade agreements: Status of foreign countries with
respect to.

14-15, 170-171, 218–219, 727, 812, 858, 933
Leith, C. K., coauthor of World Minerals and Peace.--.

633
Lend-Lease Act as basis for post-war world reconstruction...

698, 867
Lend-lease agreements:

Activities of Board of Economic Warfare and State Department in
connection with.

93–94
Article VII of..

26, 27–28, 61-64, 398–399, 696, 699, 722
Connection of, with trade-agreements program.

62–64, 1016
Lend-lease funds: Post-war use of, to finance exports.

29-30
Lend-lease program:
And post-war rehabilitation..

614
Beef exports under.-

142-143
Effect of, on farm marketings..

264
Exports of farm products under..

117, 139
Exports of meat under---

492
German propaganda against.

100
Outlet for farm surpluses under.

81
Lever Bros., of England: Quoted..

498
Le Vino, Gerald, chairman, Committee on Foreign Trade, Commerce, and
Industry, New York City: Statement and testimony of..

777-778
Lewis, Cleona, coauthor of World Minerals and Peace.

633
Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.--..

618
Liberia: Most-favored-nation clause in treaty between United States and. 44
Leichtenstein..

45
Lincoln, former President Abraham...

376
Linder, Hon. Tom:
Editorial of, in Georgia Farmers Marketing Bulletin.

236, 237
Statement and testimony of...

373-389
Statement by Hon. Jere Cooper in reference to testimony of.. 389-392
Lithuania:

Most-favored-nation clause in agreement between United States and.. 44
Standard of living in...

189
Livestock: Government slaughter of -

136
Livestock industry:
Benefits to, under trade-agreements program...

119, 120, 121
Effect of Hawley-Smoot tariff on.

120
History of, in United States since 1894 reviewed.

118-119
Income of, under trade-agreements program.

120, 121, 131
Need for protection of...

119
Plans for post-war expansion of.

141
Production by, 1940–42.

474
Llama hair: Reduction of duty on, in agreement with Peru.

353
Loans to European nations after 1922..

116, 117, 779
Loans to finance foreign imports of United States goods.

29
Lobby, People's.---

503
Logrolling

613, 990, 1013
Logs, hewn timber, and pilings: Concessions obtained by United States on. 243
Londoy Monetary and Economic Conference..

394, 397, 509, 924
Louisiana v. McAdoo: Supreme Court of concerning, right of appeal
against tariff classifications..

224
Lubricating oil:
Concessions obtained by United States on

243
Exports of, 1940 and 1941..

139
Lumber and timber: Concessions obtained by United States on. 243, 429
Luxemburg. See Belgium; Belgium-Luxemburg.
Lynch, Hon. Walter A.: Statements and questions by--

431, 642-643

M

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Macaroni industry: Production, exports, and labor in, 1929..

300
Machinery:

Agricultural, concessions obtained by United States on. 243, 428 429
Electrical, and apparatus concessions obtained by United States on.. 244, 428
Industrial, concessions obtained by United States on.

243, 429
Labor preliminary to export of, in certain years. -

299
Machinery and parts: Concessions obtained by United States on.. 243-244
Machine tools: Exports of, to Germany and Japan.--

85, 457
MacMillan Commission: Report of, on British economy-

462
Magnesium...

507, 962, 964
Maloney, Hon. Paul H.:
Letter from H. L. Gueydan submitted for the record by.

1037–1038
Statements and questions by----

295, 296
Malt beverages: Extent of duty reductions on.

815-817
Malted milk: Concessions obtained by United States on.

242
Manganese ore, ferro-grade: Reduction of rate on, in agreement with
Brazil.

349
Manganese ore, low-grade: Domestic production of..

349
Manufactures: Labor preliminary to export of, in certain years.

299
Manufacturing as an export industry--

362
Manufacturing Chemists' Association of the United States: Letter from
W. N. Watson, secretary-

1081-1083
Manufacturing industries: Charts and tables showing indices of pay rolls
in 1920–42.

150–155
Marsh, Benjamin C., executive secretary of People's Lobby: Statement
and testimony by-

503-510
Master Mutual Aid Agreement. 472, 586, 696, 699, 722, 820-821, 865, 867
McCan, Claude, president, Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Asso-
ciation: Telegram from, opposing extension of Trade Agreements Act-- 474,

852-853
McConnell, Francis J., president of People's Lobby-

503
McGovern, Maurice T., national councilor, American Chamber of Com-
merce of Cuba: Statement and testimony by .-

636-640
McGranery, Hon. James P.: Statements and questions by--

136, 600
McKinley, former President William:
Reciprocity agreements negotiated during administration of..

235
Views of, on granting trade concessions.

250
McLean, Hon. Donald H.: Statements and questions by.

711, 712
Means, Dr. Gardner C.: Study of, on industrial prices, cited..

508
Meat:
Exports of, from Argentina.

927
Shortages of.

386, 824
Meat animals: Chart and table showing indices of cash farm income from
sales of, 1920–42.

154-155
Meat-packing industry: Production, exports, and labor in, 1929.

300
Meat products: Exports of, 1940 and 1941.

139
Meats and meat products:
Concessions obtained by United States on.

242
Imports of, 1934 and 1941.---

125, 141
Meats, dressed: Concessions granted by United States on.

171
Merchant marine, post-war United States.--

713–714, 924
Merrimac Mills: Statement and testimony of president of.

609-629
Messersmith, Hon. George S.: Excerpts from address before American

Merchant Marine Conference, Baltimore, Md., September 20, 1938.. 302–303
Metal industry: Post-war competition in..

564
Metals and manufactures of:
Ad valorem rates, by country --

59
Imports of, in 1939, affected by trade-agreement duty reductions now
in effect.cc

11, 12
Metals Reserve Co...

94
Mexico:
Cost of production of cattle in..

478, 486
Difference in costs of production between United States and.

860
Effect of agreement with, on United States agriculture..

381-382
Effect of petroleum shipments from, on producers in Texas.

364

45
, 97, 17

Mexico-Continued.

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Escape clause in agreement with...

200-201, 363–364, 365
Export duties of, on tomatoes, peas, peppers, and cattle..

318
Export duty of, on cattle..

476-477
Export taxes of

274
Exports of wheat to.

139
Expropriation of United Statespetroleum properties in..

279, 873
Guayule rubber bound on free list in agreement with..

191
Importation of oil by tanker from..

295
Imports of cattle from.

141
Imports of petroleum from...

869, 873, 921, 922
Legislative action on trade agreements required by -

170
Production of cotton in.---

976–977
Reduction of duty on cottonseed-oil cake and meal in agreement
with..

329, 330-331
Reduction of duty on crude oil in agreement with.

350
Trade agreement with.

45, 97, 170, 272,
275, 277, 287, 329, 330-331, 350, 463, 477, 479, 486, 487, 500, 550,

690, 700, 728, 815, 816, 817, 824-825, 873, 874, 979, 980, 985, 990
Trade agreements between Central American countries and..

40, 46
Value of exports to, 1937-

239, 240
Migration of Europeans to Latin America -

108-109
Milk:
Condensed, evaporated, and dried, exports of, 1940 and 1941.

139
Dried, concessions obtained by United States on...

242
Malted, concessions obtained by United States on.

242
Milk and cream: Concessions obtained by United States on.

242
Milk preparations, processed: Concessions obtained by United States on.. 242
Milliken, Dr. Robert A.: Quoted..

36
Mills, Hon. Wilbur D.: Statements and questions by -

312,

369, 999, 1000, 1003
Minerals, United States reserves of

34, 633, 782, 871, 919–920, 922
Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the American republics, meeting of, at Rio
de Janeiro, January 15-28, 1942.

399, 418, 419-420, 421, 485
Mining: Labor engaged in, preliminary to export, in certain years.-

299
Minor, Clark H., chairman, Foreign Commerce Department Committee,

United States Chamber of Commerce; Statement and testimony of.. 684–712
Miscellaneous commodities: Ad valorem rates, by country-

60
Miscellaneous products: Concessions obtained by United States on, in
agreement with Argentina.

430
Modern Industry (magazine): Poll of, on extension of Trade Agreements
Act.ro

655
Mollin, F. E., executive secretary, American National Livestock Associa-
tion: Statement and testimony of.-

472-495
Monaco...

45
Monetary and Economic Conference, London.-

394, 397, 509, 924
Monetary arrangements and problems, post-war.. 18, 19, 22, 33, 35, 698, 769-775
Monetary mediums.

769-770, 771, 773
Monetary stability: Importance of, in determining tariff rates. 864, 866, 867
Monopolies--- 507, 509, 609, 615, 623, 625-626, 629, 651, 671, 767, 869, 872–873
Morgan, Sidney, secretary, United States Tariff Commission: Quoted.. 366, 367
Morgenthau, Hon. Henry, Secretary of the Treasury: Stabilization of
currency considered by..

247
Morrison, Hon. James H.: Remarks of, in Congressional Record, on in-
dustry and agriculture.

385
Most-favored-nation clause or principle:
Adoption of, by United States, 1923_

587
Advocated by George Washington.

205, 704
As basis for freer international trade

422
As protection against discrimination.

43, 287, 633
Countries with unconditional form of, in Executive agreements with
United States..

44
Countries with unconditional form of, in reciprocal trade agreements
with United States...

45
Countries with unconditional form of, in treaties with United States.. 44
Effect of, on our commercial relations with Japan.--

497
Enunciated by Hon. Charles Evans Hughes, former Secretary of State. 689

43

Most-favored-nation clause or principle-Continued.

Page
Exceptions to
Explanation of

163
Extent of United States application of

40, 42, 48, 53, 54-55,
163, 164, 235, 288, 398, 512, 544, 580, 586, 587, 590-591, 611, 633,

653, 654, 664, 716, 861-862, 863, 870, 934, 990
Operation of, during war

331-332
Purpose of.--.

284, 285
Republican origin of..

22, 31-32
Motion-picture film: Concessions obtained by United States on, in agree-
ment with Argentina..

430
Multiple tariffs discriminating against United States.

51
Mundt, Hon. Karl E.: Extension of remarks of, in House of Representa-
tives, December 15, 1942.--

769-775
Mutton: Concessions obtained by United States on..

242
Mutual Aid Agreement, United States-British, of February 23, 1942.

172,

586, 696, 699, 722, 820-821, 865, 867
Myers, William I.: Connection of, with Committee for Economic Develop-
ment.

374

N
National Advertising Council of Independent Small Business...

609
National advisory council of small businessmen..

978-991
National Association of Hothouse Vegetable Growers: Statement and

testimony of general counsel of..
National Association of Manufacturers (see also Coulter, Dr. John Lee). 36,

58, 411, 529, 530, 535–536, 575–576, 582, 595, 600, 712–718
National Association of Wool Manufacturers. See Wool Manufacturers,

National Association of.
National Brotherhood of Operative Potters..

731-735, 801
National Conference of Petroleum Regulatory Authorities.

871
National Cooperative Milk Producers' Federation: Statement and testi-
mony on behalf of.

801-824
National Council of American Importers, Inc.: Endorsement of trade
agreements by.

605-606
National Council of Jewish Women; Inc.: Letter from.

1108
National Farm Committee..

373
National Foreign Trade Council, Inc.- 469–470, 472, 641, 650, 1072–1074
National Grange: Statement and testimony of Washington representative
of.

932-938
National income:
Charts and tables showing indexes of, 1919–41.

158–159, 413, 415
Importance of maintenance of high level of.

767–775, 961, 963, 967
Increase of, through foreign trade.-

630, 635
Interrelation of, with trade..

257
Of all countries, 1929...

454
National League of Women Voters: Statement of vice president of. 939, 910
National Livestock Marketing Association.--.

472, 473
National Women's Trade Union League: Statement and testimony of
representative of...

930-932
National Wool Growers Association..

472, 473
Natural resources, conservation of.

633, 706, 782
Naval bases, United States, in South America_

101, 103
Naval stores, concessions obtained by United States on...

243, 429
Navy purchases of wool textiles...

648
Netherlands:
Exports of apples and pears to, 1924–42..

949, 956
Legislative action on trade agreements required by --

170
Standard of living in...

189
Trade agreement with.

45, 170, 268, 936, 958, 1010
Value of exports to, 1939..

239, 240
Netherlands East Indies as supplier of crude oil.

350
New England Small Business Men's Association.

609
New Freedom," in Woodrow Wilson's 1912 platform.

115
New Orleans, La.; Water-borne commerce of, 1929–40.

303

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Newspaper comment on trade-agreements program

1038–1068
New York Herald Tribune: Article by Albert L. Warner in, of January 3,
1934, quoted-----

1020-1021
New Zealand:
Most-favored-nation treaty between Belgium and..

958
Party to Ottawa agreements.

245, 246
Standard of living in.--

189
Nicaragua:
Legislative action on trade agreements required by -

170
Trade agreement with...

45, 170, 223, 522
Nonagricultural products:

Concessions granted and obtained by United States on.-- 242–244, 390–392
Value of exports of, to trade-agreement countries, 1937-

239-240
Nonferrous metals and their products: Labor preliminary to export of,
in certain years.

299
Norris, Senator George: Quoted.--

221
Norway:

Most-favored-nation clause in treaty between United States and.--- 44
Standard of living in.---

189
Trade agreement between Germany and..

569
Nuts: Concessions obtained by United States on.

241
Nylon.---

266

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Oak: Concessions obtained by United States on..

243
Oatmeal and rolled oats: Concessions obtained by United States on.----- 241
Oats: Concession obtained by United States on..

241
O'Brien, Hon. Robert L: Testimony of, in 1934 and 1937-

210, 212
Odlum, Floyd: Committee on contract distribution to small business. 609
Office appliances:

Concessions obtained by United States on, in agreement with
Argentina...

429
Exports of..

523, 524
Office of the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs:
Cooperation of, with State Department.

107
Responsibilities of.

96, 100-101, 106
Office of Defense Transportation..
Office of Price Administration:
Fixing of price ceilings on petroleum by-

870, 922
Meat regulations of....

275
Protection of consumers by -

579
Rationing of beef by--

486-487
Oil. See Petroleum; Petroleum industry.
Oil cake and oil-cake meal: Concessions obtained by United States on..

241
Oils and fats, vegetable: Imports of...

937
Oils, animal and vegetable, industry: Production, exports, and labor in,
1929.

300
O'Mahoney, Hon. Joseph C.: Quoted on need to discover more petroleum
reserves

871
Opium: Concessions on, granted by United States in trade agreements. 679
Optical industry:

Cartel agreement between, in United States and Germany ------ 614, 625, 626
Monopoly in...

625, 626
Oranges: Concessions obtained by United States on.

241
Organized labor: Objectives of, discussed..

384
Ottawa agreements.

252, 253, 258, 259, 461-462, 586, 957
Ottawa Conference.

245
Overseas Automotive Club, Inc.: Statement and testimony of E. L.
Caswell, president.

736
Oysters: Concessions obtained by United States on..

242

P
Pan American Airways..

634
Pan American-Grace Airways..

630, 634
Paper and allied products: Labor preliminary to export of, in certain
years.-

299

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